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NFL will stream the Super Bowl online and on mobiles

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 21 Dec 2011 13:06 User comments (1)

NFL will stream the Super Bowl online and on mobiles The NFL has announced that it will stream some of this year's playoffs, including the Super Bowl, via NFL.com and NBCSports.com.
Additionally, the games will be available on Verizon smartphones if you have the NFL Mobile app. If you have a 4G data plan, the app is free, but if you have a 3G-capable device only, Verizon Video subscriptions cost $10 per month.

Outside of the Super Bowl, fans can watch Wild Card Saturday and the Pro Bowl.

The NBC Sports live stream will have different ads than those seen on TV, but fans can watch the commercials on demand within hours.

Fans can watch the NFL Super Bowl on February 5th.

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123.12.2011 9:28

Its all very well them saying they will stream the playoffs live, how will they show this. Their Game Center application is quoting 44.99 ($70 approx) for the playoffs and Superbowl. This application is available to UK customers. Fans on the other side of the pond probably via Red Zone.

It will be interesting to see how NBC will stream. Will UK customers have to pay. Hey, hopefully BBC Radio 5live sport will take care of the problem and Beeb 1 The Superbowl.

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