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Free Sunday Ticket for a season, I may end up watching a regular season NFL game or two after all this season. Im still bent and owed and NFCCG, but this feels somewhat like an appeasement of grievances.
 

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They are offering current Directv customers this for free this year. That's all I know.
 

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After many years of Directv, I finally dropped it a couple of months ago. We are still struggling with finding the right combination of streaming services to get the channels we want, so we have considered going back to Directv. We won't do it because of the cost, but it was easier to use. We have YouTube TV now, but they don't carry NFL Network or the regional Fox sports channels so we can watch Pelicans basketball and Braves baseball. Checked into Hulu LIve, since they would let us have Braves baseball, but still no NFL Network, Pelicans or believe it or not AMC. I wish there was a cafeteria site where you could just choose what you want and forget the rest.

I liked Sunday Ticket when I had it, but I will never pay for it again.
 

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I was reading an article recently that said if you have a VPN, you can use a server like in Germany and sign-up for the full package. If I remember, it was only like $100. Anybody else know if this is legit? Thx

Edit- Just went and checked the net. It's interesting how the NFL prices Game Pass. In UK France and Ireland, it can cost between $159 and $269, and blackouts are not broadcast live. In India, it's only $99 for the year with no restrictions or blackouts. So it seems like using your VPN to enroll in Game Pass will give you everything including Redzone and NFL Network for $99.

For you techs, does that sound correct. If not, please advise. And another question for you techs. If I use a VPN server in India, will the network speed likely suck making it hard to watch the games clearly and in real speed? Thx again - d
 
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Start with Nflbite.com or Google your way to freedom. Honestly there are a ton of options out there. Some do require a membership fee and some don't.
Those that currently have Direct TV a free year is excellent. However, after that you a back on the AT&T money wheel.
 

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