Now that the NFL is in the spotlight, we’re moving closer to a world where everyone (literally) has their own streaming service. NFL Plus was introduced by the league earlier this year, and you may now sign up for it. The main query, though, is whether signing up is worthwhile. In this article, we’ll attempt to address that question by explaining everything there is to know about NFL Plus.

If always, as things change, new features are introduced, and so forth, we will keep this post updated. Having said that, below is all the information you need to know about NFL Plus.

NFL PLUS: WHAT IS IT? NFL Mobile, which Verizon offered its consumers for many years, has been replaced by NFL Plus, the league’s new streaming service. NFL Plus will allow subscribers to watch NFL games on their smartphones and tablets. Additionally, games that would typically be blacked out or not shown because they were out of stock are now available to subscribers. Therefore, it’s a cost-effective option to watch every NFL game this season.

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NFL PLUS COSTS HOW MUCH? Like the majority of streaming providers, NFL Plus provides two packages. NFL Plus and NFL Plus Premium are both available. These have monthly prices of $4.99 and $9.99. Additionally, there are annual plans that might help you save 25% over the course of the year. The NFL Plus base plan is currently available for $29.99 per year (regularly $39.99 per year), making it even more affordable. Effectively, it would be $2.50 each month. Then, for $79.99 a year, you can get NFL Plus Premium.

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Advertisement What distinguishes these two plans, then? NFL Plus will provide you with:

live outside of markets Preseason games on many platforms on your phone or tablet, live local Regular Season and Postseason games On your phone or tablet, watch live primetime regular season and postseason games. Every game of the season will include live game audio (at home, away, and on national calls). NFL Library programs on-demand, ad-free All of that is yours for $4.99 each month. What does NFL Plus Premium entail, then? Along with what was already said, you will receive the following:

across devices, full game replays (ad-free) game replays that are shortened across devices (ad-free) Trainers Film (ad-free). So those are the monthly and yearly costs for NFL Plus, as well as the benefits.

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IS IT ACTUALLY LIMITED TO MOBILE DEVICES? It is, indeed. This is due to the fact that NFL Plus merely replaces the NFL Mobile app, which allowed Verizon subscribers to watch games for free on their phone. In essence, NFL Mobile is now accessible to everyone, regardless of whether you have a Verizon plan or not, and it is no longer free. When the deal between the NFL and Verizon ultimately came to an end, the NFL thought it would be wiser to launch the NFL Plus.

NFL Mobile is still available for TV viewing today, but to do so, you’ll need an Android TV, Google TV, or Roku TV that supports Google Cast. It’s not nearly as convenient as simply launching the game’s app on your TV, but it’s still less expensive than paying for a streaming TV service like YouTube TV, which costs $65 per month.

Advertisement WHAT SYSTEMS DOES NFL PLUS WORK WITH? Following that, the platforms on which NFL Plus is truly accessible are as follows:

Google iOS Chromecast by Google OS X and Windows Google Cast on VIZIO and Sony TVs That’s it. This is primarily a streaming service for mobile devices, as was already mentioned. This is also the reason why watching practically every game costs only $5 per month.

HOW DO I JOIN NFL PLUS? In the NFL app or by visiting NFL.com/plus , you can enroll in NFL Plus if you’re interested.

Advertisement A seven-day free trial is offered. Additionally, the annual price for the base plan is currently $10 less expensive, coming in at just $29.99 per month. So, for a full year, NFL Plus costs just $2.49 each month. It is a decent offer.

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WHAT GAME AVAILABILITY DOES NFL PLUS OFFER? There are some restrictions, as there usually are, even if the program allows customers to broadcast live games.

Advertisement Fans will be able to watch regular season and postseason games live on their local FOX and CBS stations thanks to NFL Plus. However, as was previously noted, this will only be accessible on smartphones and tablets.

Additionally, only mobile devices and tablets can stream nationally televised regular season and postseason games. The Super Bowl is included in that.

All preseason games, including those played outside of major markets, will be streamed for viewers on NFL Plus. And all gadgets can be used to watch these. The week two schedule is as follows:

Advertisement Seattle Seahawks at Chicago Bears, Thursday, August 18, 8 p.m. ET Friday, August 19 at 7 p.m. ET, the New England Patriots visit the Carolina Panthers. Green Bay Packers at New Orleans Saints: Friday, August 19 @ 8 p.m. ET Los Angeles Rams at Houston Texans, Friday, August 19, 10 p.m. ET Buffalo Bills vs. Denver Broncos: ET on Saturday, August 20 at 1:00 Indianapolis Colts at Detroit Lions, Saturday, August 20, 1 p.m. ET Kansas City Chiefs host the Washington Commanders: ET on Saturday, August 20 at 4:00 Jacksonville Jaguars at Pittsburgh Steelers, Saturday, August 20, 7 p.m. ET Miami Dolphins vs Las Vegas Raiders: Saturday, August 20 @ 7 p.m. ET Minnesota Vikings at San Francisco 49ers, Saturday, August 20, 7 p.m. ET Tennessee Titans at Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Saturday, August 20, 7 p.m. ET Los Angeles Chargers at Dallas Cowboys, Saturday, August 20, 10 p.m. ET Cleveland Browns vs Philadelphia Eagles: Sunday, August 21 @ 1 p.m. ET New York Giants at Cincinnati Bengals, Sunday, August 21, 7 p.m. ET Arizona Cardinals vs Baltimore Ravens: Sunday, August 21 @ 8 p.m. ET New York Jets at Atlanta Falcons, Monday, August 22, 8 p.m. ET Fans who subscribe to NFL Plus have access to live game audio for every match during the season. Fans can tune in to the national, home, and away radio calls.

ARE THERE OTHER WAYS TO STREAM NFL GAMES? Surprisingly, there are a lot of other options outside NFL Plus for watching NFL games online. Of course, NFL Sunday Ticket is the big one, but there are also streaming Live TV services that offer most NFL games.

With the help of the subscription service NFL Sunday Ticket, you may watch all NFL games that are played outside of major markets live on your TV and other devices. It costs $293.94 for the entire season, so it’s not inexpensive. However, every game from the preseason, regular season, and postseason is available there. 272 games total.

You can watch every game that is broadcast live on TV via streaming Live TV services like YouTube TV, Sling TV, Hulu Live TV, and Fubo TV. which won’t be true of every game. But each season, you’ll have a ton of games to watch, including all the local contests. Sling TV is a bit of an oddity in this comparison because it is significantly less expensive yet lacks the majority of local channels. Fox is available in some markets, while CBS is not. The good news is that you can still view Fox and CBS games with an OTA antenna while watching nationally televised ESPN games on Sling TV.

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DO I NEED TO JOIN NFL PLUS? Getting NFL Plus doesn’t seem like a great deal unless you don’t have a TV or aren’t usually home when the games are on. Since it is only available on mobile devices, it is virtually like a simplified version of NFL Sunday Ticket. It’ll work for some individuals, especially considering that it just $5 per month, which is far less expensive than paying $65 per month for YouTube TV. However, it’s still unclear who this service is really intended for.

Condensed games and full-game replays are incredibly convenient to have, especially after the game is complete. So you may quickly catch up on what transpired while you were away at work, perhaps at church, or somewhere. But I don’t think this streaming service will be very well-liked.

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