Verizon customers can access sports and entertainment video content without using up data
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NEW YORK – go90 customers can stream original series, live music with backstage access, primetime entertainment, and live games and matches from the top professional and amateur sports leagues and divisions in the world including the NBA, NCAA, LaLiga, Serie A, Ligue 1 and more without it counting against their Verizon data as part of go90’s participation in FreeBee Data 360’s sponsored data service.
Just in time for the 2016-17 NFL season, Verizon Wireless postpay customers can watch LIVE NFL games on smartphones via NFL Mobile within both the NFL Mobile from Verizon app and go90 on Verizon’s LTE network without it counting towards their plan’s usage. NFL fans will enjoy live, local Sunday game broadcasts plus Sunday Night Football, Monday Night Football, Thursday Night Football and the NFL RedZone channel without using up data. Additionally, Verizon is giving 1GB data (or billing credits) to all customers who watch NFL games through NFL Mobile to cover data cost of video ads. See below for more details.*
NFL Mobile from Verizon is available on Windows, Android and iOS smartphones at NFL.com/mobile.
This year’s go90 live sports lineup is unmatched, featuring over 1,000 live NBA games, over 800 international soccer matches from the best leagues in the world, every NFL game available in the customers local market and over 100 college football and basketball games. Available on iOS and Android, go90 is a free, mobile-first, entertainment platform makes it easy for users to discover, enjoy and share premium mobile video content.
* Available to Verizon Wireless post-paid customers over LTE. Other app activity, including downloading and browsing, counts against your Verizon Wireless data plan. Add’l data and/or bill credits will be provided to cover data usage for ads included in NFL video content. Subject to change.
* NFL RedZone channel moves from game to game featuring live action around the league on Sundays, to ensure fans enjoy all the scoring plays from the teams and players they want to watch. In order to view NFL RedZone, there is a $1.99 per month access fee but no data charges for viewing the game content.