If they're smart, this won't be on *all* their tablets/access-plans. Those of us who couldn't care less about the NFL don't want to end up subsidizing access to it for everyone else. That would be as bad as how the RIAA gets money on all CD burner and blank media sales, even though I don't listen to or record any songs by any of their 'artists'.
Buying this sort of hardware from a carrier sounds like a bad idea anyway. I would imagine a carrier tablet looks dirt cheap at first, and comes attached to a plan that ends up making you pay $2000 for the tablet over the duration of the contract.
What part of "Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn" don't you understand?
How about FanVision for fans who go to games and can't get a signal at the stadium. It operates on UHF frequencies. $200 for the season [8 home games].
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