Football has turned to a year-round sport, and with the official 2014 preseason just around the corner, there will be even more reason to never miss out on news and information about your favorite team or live games when they start next month.
Starting today, MORE Everything customers will get NFL Mobile for the entire 2014/2015 NFL season, including premium access to live streaming games and NFL Network 24/7, included on their smartphones so they can catch all of the NFL action this season from the best seat in their house.
The app includes live streaming video of Thursday, Sunday and Monday night games as well as Sunday afternoon games in local markets, the latest news, schedules and scores from around the league. Plus live streaming video from NFL Network will be included for MORE Everything smartphone customers. MORE Everything customers with iOS and Android devices who don’t want to miss a score can also access the popular NFL RedZone for just $1.99 per month with their MORE Everything plan.
NFL RedZone, produced by NFL Network, captures the most exciting moments as they happen and in high definition. The channel keeps fans up-to-date in real time, switching from game to game with live look-ins, highlights and a chance to see the key plays.
NFL Mobile is the latest addition to MORE Everything. The popular app that covers America’s most popular game joins 25GB of cloud storage per line, unlimited talk and text and unlimited international messaging from the U.S.
And, for fans who don’t want to leave anyone guessing which team they support, OtterBox and Verizon are teaming up with the NFL so that football's biggest fans can protect their phones with an officially licensed NFL Defender case. Featuring OtterBox’s engineered drop-and-fumble protection, plus the officially licensed logos of every team in the league, NFL Defender will deliver hardnosed defense for hardcore fans. The OtterBox NFL Defender cases are coming soon and will be available for Apple® iPhone® 5/5s, Samsung® GALAXY S® 4 and S 5 smartphones.
** Video streaming, downloading, and other uses of the app will count against a customer’s data allowance when on the network.