DirecTV has six packages which run from $50 to $125 for the first 12 months, but it requires as 24 month subscription. This may be a good choice for you, but to get the full skinny on the second year, it is a good idea to check again with the folks at The Connected Home, if you live in Minnesota. They will give you the straight talk and access to any existing specials at the time of your call.
Dish Loses NFL and Then Gets It Back
Dish TV had but then lost its deal with the NFL, However the good news is…
Enjoy every live out-of-market game, every Sunday with NFL SUNDAY TICKET, only on DIRECTV. Watch all the action on your TV, laptop, tablet, phone, or game console. Get the season included at no extra cost when you subscribe today. Or up your game to NFL SUNDAY TICKET MAX to get the exclusive FANTASY ZONE™ and the RED ZONE CHANNEL®.
Dish TV’s Major Football offering is its RedZone and NFL Network offerings. These are available on DISH with a subscription to their 120 Plus and above packages at a $13 a month additional charge. If you are into more sports than Football they also feature Baseball, Soccer, Hockey, Basketball, Boxing and Rugby focused packages. Prices vary by package.
You can dig around on their site at http://www.dish.com/sports/ or better yet call The Connected Home and let them help you decide if you want Dish TV at all and if so, which packages would be best for your choice of sports and other viewing interests.
And don’t forget to ask about the new Skinny Bundles they call the Flex Pack.
Comcast’s Xfinity X1 is trying to change the way you experience TV
Is it hype or real? Comcast is betting heavily on its Xfinity X1 service and expects it to shine for sports fans.
It has produced a nearly 20 minute YouTube Video Featuring Chicago Bears Legend Dan Hampton to promote the service.