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Verizon’s NFL Mobile will host all NFL playoff games and SuperBowl online this year

 
With the NFL post-season well underway many fans will need to watch their favorite games while away from home. Luckily Verizon, for the first ever, will have all of the playoff games this year available on mobile devices.
 
This even includes all of the Wild Card Playoff games (which start tomorrow January 4, and run through the 5th). Also included are the Divisional Playoff games (January 11-12), the Conference Championship games (January 19), the 2014 Pro Bowl (January 26) and even the Super Bowl XLVIII (February 2).
 
Below is a schedule of this weekend’s games:
 
Saturday, January 4
AFC: 4:35 PM (ET) Kansas City at Indianapolis (NBC)
NFC: 8:10 PM (ET) New Orleans at Philadelphia (NBC)
 
Sunday, January 5
AFC: 1:05 PM (ET) San Diego at Cincinnati (CBS)
NFC: 4:40 PM (ET) San Francisco at Green Bay (FOX)
 
With so many people using mobile devices to get their content having the biggest games of the year should be well received. Fans may access the live streams through FOXSportsGo.com, CBSSports.com and NBCSports.com to complement each network’s specific games. In addition, all postseason games will be accessible to Verizon Wireless subscribers on mobile phones through NFL Mobile from Verizon, which may be downloaded at NFL.com/mobile for Windows, iOS, Android, and Blackberry 10 devices.
 
Fans accessing the live streams of NBC and CBS Playoff games via Microsoft devices, including the Surface Tablet, will experience features that include: alternate camera angles, interactive statistics and a curated stream of social media content. Surface by Microsoft and Windows are The Official Tablet and PC Operating System of the NFL.
 
Outside of North America, all postseason games will be available online through NFL Game Pass, a subscription product that streams games in HD quality, both live and on demand. Visit NFL.com/GamePass to download Game Pass and for information about availability in specific markets. Super Bowl XLVIII also will be broadcast in 230 countries and territories world-wide.
 
A recap of the schedule by network:
 
CBS will televise a Wild Card Playoff Game (Sunday, January 5 at 1:05 PM ET), two Divisional Playoff Games (Saturday, January 11 at 8:15 PM ET; Sunday, January 12 at 4:40 PM ET) and the AFC Championship Game (Sunday, January 19 at 3:00 PM ET).
 
FOX will televise a Wild Card Playoff Game (Sunday, January 5 at 4:40 PM ET), two Divisional Playoff Games (Saturday, January 11 at 4:35 PM ET; Sunday, January 12 at 1:05 PM ET), the NFC Championship Game (Sunday, January 19 at 6:30 PM ET) and Super Bowl XLVIII (Sunday, February 2 at 6:30 PM ET).
 
NBC will televise two Wild Card Playoff Games (Saturday, January 4 at 4:35 PM ET & 8:10 PM ET) as well as the 2014 Pro Bowl (Sunday, January 26 at 7:30 PM ET).
 
The NFL is the only sports league that delivers all of its games — regular-season and playoffs — on free, over-the-air television.
 
It should be noted that Verizon is the official wireless service sponsor of the NFL. NFL Mobile from Verizon offers exclusive premium content to our customers including live streams of NFL RedZone on Sunday afternoons, live NFL games on Thursday, Sunday and Monday Nights, live game audio, live NFL.com webcasts and NFL Network 24/7. Premium content, including the live playoff and Super Bowl games, is only available on smartphones. Cost is $5 a month.
 

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