09-22-2013 4:05 PM
09-22-2013 4:52 PM
Are you a Verizon cell phone customer? From the link below:
There is one and only catch to the free Sunday Night Football webcast – you cannot watch it on a smartphone or tablet unless you are a Verizon cellular service customer. Verizon has exclusive rights to streaming the NFL on mobile devices, so only Verizon customers can watch live games on their smartphones or tablets.
As noted earlier, Verizon is has exclusive rights to live NFL games on mobile devices, and provides fans with three live games every weekend. Verizon subscribers can watch Thursday Night Football live, Sunday Night Football live, and Monday Night Football live. If that’s not enough live football Verizon mobile customers can also watch the Sunday RedZone Channel on their smartphones. These streams are not entirely free, even Verizon customers must pay the $5 fee for the NFL Mobile app to access the NFL live streams. While you can watch the RedZone channel on your mobile device, your tablet or smartphone won’t show individual Sunday afternoon games – yet. Next year, Verizon will begin streaming your locally broadcast 1 p.m. ET and 4 p.m. ET games on smartphones for the 2014 NFL season.
Are you ready for some football streaming on your desktop, smartphone, or tablet? Who are this year’s NFL teams to beat? Would you switch to Verizon just to get NFL games on your smartphone or iPad? Let us know your official rulings on the field in the comments section below.
09-22-2013 5:02 PM
09-22-2013 5:54 PM
09-23-2013 1:23 PM
Or you can get a slingbox and watch whatever is on your TV.
11-21-2016 9:42 AM
You can try using NFL Mobile on your tablet. You can use NFL Network and RedZone on that app. But due to NFL regulations, NFL Network/RedZone can only be accesed by Verizon Customers on mobile phone. Maybe you can get a Verizon SIM card (you can buy a no-contract phone) and use NFL Network if you have a phone. If you are using a tablet, use NFL Mobile or U-Verse app. If you are using PC, go to nfl.com/watch or uverse.com. Does this help?