Sunday, September 12, 2010

DirecTV offers free preview of NFL Sunday Ticket

DirecTV subscribers can get a free preview of the satellite provider's popular NFL Sunday Ticket package. The package, which costs $300 (payable in five $60 installments) delivers out-of-market NFL games each week throughout the season.

The free preview begins at 1 p.m. today on Channels 701-717 and includes the Red Zone Channel, which shows you when teams are about to score, plus the Mix Channel which shows eight games on one screen.

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dish network vs directv said...

Also, Fans watching games for all 32 teams will have the opportunity to see every touchdown from every game via NFL RedZone. The Sunday afternoons have just become more exciting this season with DISH Network bringing you game to game coverage in HD on NFL RedZone a popular sports channel catering to the DISH Network fans. Now every Sunday afternoons during the season all the football fans can go on a tour with NFL RedZone. This makes NFL RedZone a must-have channel for every football fan.

Anonymous said...

I agree with what dish network vs directv said. I actually work at DISH but the bias comes from having the service long before I started working there. Also just another reason for you to consider when making a choice for your TV provider.According to the 2010 ACSI survey DISH Network beats DIRECTV in Customer Satisfaction.
DIRECTV does not offer 24-7 customer support, which means if you want to pay your bill, change your programming, or buy a movie over the phone with a customer service agent, you’ll have to call during DIRECTV’s regular business hours.

Josh said...

I love NFL! Go fight win!