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Reminder: You can watch the Super Bowl online, in HD, legally

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 05 Feb 2012 16:40 User comments (8)

Reminder: You can watch the Super Bowl online, in HD, legally As a reminder before the big game, NFL.com and NBCSports.com will be live streaming the Super Bowl tonight for those who cannot get in front of a TV.
Super Bowl XLVI, between the New York Giants and the New England Patriots, starts tonight at 6:30 PM EST.

In addition to the broadcast, the streams will have additional camera angles, in-game highlights, real-time stats and other enhanced viewing features.

Says the NFL: "Whether it's just for a quarter if somebody has to run out to the store to get something they forgot, now they can stay connected to the game. With such a big television audience, it will be interesting to see the expanded reach."

Finally, 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.

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8 user comments

15.2.2012 18:22

Eh? No thanks, I'm boycotting this crap due to recent (and at this point yearly) events. Wanna arrest people for linking to streams? Fine, how about you just lost some of your audience for underhanded abuse of the legal system.

25.2.2012 23:08

Just saw the greatest Samsung commercial. GJ NYGs.

36.2.2012 0:15

Originally posted by hikaricor:
Eh? No thanks, I'm boycotting this crap due to recent (and at this point yearly) events. Wanna arrest people for linking to streams? Fine, how about you just lost some of your audience for underhanded abuse of the legal system.
Not sure I see what you're doing with that. NFL is offering you a far superior experience to pirated streams, for free, legally, but you are turning it down.

48.2.2012 0:23

That's because you didn't actually read my comment.

58.2.2012 12:23

Originally posted by hikaricor:
Eh? No thanks, I'm boycotting this crap due to recent (and at this point yearly) events. Wanna arrest people for linking to streams? Fine, how about you just lost some of your audience for underhanded abuse of the legal system.
dont think they are going to lose any sleep over that.

68.2.2012 22:35

Originally posted by hikaricor:
That's because you didn't actually read my comment.
Yes I did, but i'll humor you. So you are going to boycott a superior experience because you are angry that people who are illegally streaming sports content got arrested for doing something illegal? Still doesn't make any sense.

78.2.2012 23:56

i will second that emotion!

811.2.2012 14:52

Way to miss the entire point.

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