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Apparently you can "remote connect" to ESPN360 when you're not on your home computer.

 

But how exactly does this work?  I have an account I set up with ESPN on my old ISP, so does it recognize the AT&T wireless right away?  Is it just as easy as "log in and go" or is there more?

Apparently you can "remote connect" to ESPN360 when you're not on your home computer.

 

But how exactly does this work?  I have an account I set up with ESPN on my old ISP, so does it recognize the AT&T wireless right away?  Is it just as easy as "log in and go" or is there more?

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I am not trying to access ESPN360 remotely, just from my computer. I have U-Verse high speed internet only: no TV service, but for some reason when I try to watch live streams via ESPN360, I can't connect. Is it because U-Verse assumes I have TV access (not available where I am) so won't give ESPN360?

 

Any advice on this?

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I am not trying to access ESPN360 remotely, just from my computer. I have U-Verse high speed internet only: no TV service, but for some reason when I try to watch live streams via ESPN360, I can't connect. Is it because U-Verse assumes I have TV access (not available where I am) so won't give ESPN360?

 

Any advice on this?

Thanks

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dghert wrote:

I am not trying to access ESPN360 remotely, just from my computer. I have U-Verse high speed internet only: no TV service, but for some reason when I try to watch live streams via ESPN360, I can't connect. Is it because U-Verse assumes I have TV access (not available where I am) so won't give ESPN360?

 

Any advice on this?

Thanks


 

Not at all -- it should work just fine.  AT&T is an ISP partner of ESPN360, so even legacy DSL customers should have access to it.  And the fact that you have (or don't have) TV is immaterial; I have TV and ESPN360.com works great for me.  (Used it to watch the NCAA 1-AA football playoffs last year).

 

 


dghert wrote:

I am not trying to access ESPN360 remotely, just from my computer. I have U-Verse high speed internet only: no TV service, but for some reason when I try to watch live streams via ESPN360, I can't connect. Is it because U-Verse assumes I have TV access (not available where I am) so won't give ESPN360?

 

Any advice on this?

Thanks


 

Not at all -- it should work just fine.  AT&T is an ISP partner of ESPN360, so even legacy DSL customers should have access to it.  And the fact that you have (or don't have) TV is immaterial; I have TV and ESPN360.com works great for me.  (Used it to watch the NCAA 1-AA football playoffs last year).

 

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