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    darrell74
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    Best service for watching NFL/NCAA this fall

    My situation:
    casinos are too packed to watch football, want to stay home watch games this fall.

    My apartment doesn't allow DirectTV or Dish-satellites are not allowed.

    I just upgraded internet speed. Streaming might just be the way to go.

    Information would be helpful since I cut the cord.

    Thanks

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    Youtube TV

    is an option

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    SlingTV might be the answer. DirecTV has a online service too.

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    NitroTV. 9,000 channels including all sports packages, over 200 local network channels, all movie channels, PPV's, etc......

    $105 for 7 Months. ($15/month)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam Odom View Post
    Youtube TV

    is an option
    I took a look and it says $49.95 per month that offer 114 channels in my area with almost every sports channel I would need. I watch the youtube mlb game of the week periodically and the picture is excellent with no buffering. This would be acceptable at that price. Are there taxes on the service and if so are they substantial? Thank for any assistance.

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    Nitro is really good. I have had it for a year already

    Quote Originally Posted by BigOrange View Post
    NitroTV. 9,000 channels including all sports packages, over 200 local network channels, all movie channels, PPV's, etc......

    $105 for 7 Months. ($15/month)

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    Quote Originally Posted by betsmart View Post
    Nitro is really good. I have had it for a year already
    Is it easy to set up on a desktop? I am old school. That price is very attractive.

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    Can you view nitro channels on computer??

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    Nitro is for Androids

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    Quote Originally Posted by darrell74 View Post
    My situation:
    casinos are too packed to watch football, want to stay home watch games this fall.

    My apartment doesn't allow DirectTV or Dish-satellites are not allowed.

    I just upgraded internet speed. Streaming might just be the way to go.

    Information would be helpful since I cut the cord.

    Thanks
    If you go through cox they usually hav a promo on all sports channels for $5-$7 per month. Gets you everything and cancel whenever. At least you won’t have to deal with any potential buffering issues.

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    If you're going to pay a provider like Sling or YouTube TV... you might as well start studying IPTV like NitroTV etc. Gritter is right about possible buffering at times. That's enough to annoy anyone... but some other posters have mention... it's not an issue for them....

    If I were in your shoes Darrell... and had no other options... I'd go with an IPTV provider.

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    easy on Ipad. I don't have it on my PC

    Quote Originally Posted by Pigpen View Post
    Is it easy to set up on a desktop? I am old school. That price is very attractive.

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    IPAD easy,I don't know about PC
    But have it on firestick on my TV works great

    Quote Originally Posted by jjgold View Post
    Can you view nitro channels on computer??

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    Thanks Smarts

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grits n' Gravy View Post
    If you go through cox they usually hav a promo on all sports channels for $5-$7 per month. Gets you everything and cancel whenever. At least you won’t have to deal with any potential buffering issues.
    Probably going to do this.

    But I am still going to shop around to find what's best.
    I just hate cable. Paying for a bunch of shitty channels like CNN,MTV,ON,Nickelodeon, and dozens more. If I could avoid that crap, I will.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheMoneyShot View Post
    If you're going to pay a provider like Sling or YouTube TV... you might as well start studying IPTV like NitroTV etc. Gritter is right about possible buffering at times. That's enough to annoy anyone... but some other posters have mention... it's not an issue for them....

    If I were in your shoes Darrell... and had no other options... I'd go with an IPTV provider.
    I will look into this

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    I just bought NFL Sunday ticket for 73 a month for 4 months that's every game no issues no bullshit football is my sport so I dont mind paying

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pigpen View Post
    Is it easy to set up on a desktop? I am old school. That price is very attractive.
    Download Smarters TV, then signup with Nitro.

    I assume you have Windows.

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