Verizon Wireless Offering Free NFL Mobile Premium This Weekend
I want to thank the fine folks at Verizon Wireless for a wonderful Sunday at Soldier Field. Additionally, I’ve been given a brand new Motorola DROD RAZR M to use during the football season. It is a wonderful phone and I’m enjoying my time playing around with it.
As a thank you to their customers, Verizon Wireless is offering its customers a free trial of NFL Mobile Premium this weekend through October 1st. This will allow you catch this upcoming week’s live Thursday, Sunday and Monday Night NFL games, and includes access to live video features of NFL Mobile, including the live games, NFL RedZone and the NFL Network. All you need to do is dial **NFL from your mobile device to receive access.
I would strongly recommend any football fan take advantage of this offer. I’ve been using it on my phone, and the picture quality is amazing. You will not miss any of the action. Personally, I am a huge fan of the NFL RedZone and having access to this service alone makes this offer even more exciting. If you are not taking advantage of NFL Mobile Premium, I strongly advise you to use the free weekend trial. I am fairly sure you will be hooked like I am. Please keep in mind that this offer is only available to Verizon Wireless customers.
As an added bonus, now through October 2nd Google Play hit 25 Million downloads. To celebrate, they’re offering several all Android users apps for 25 cents as well as deals on collections like “25 movies you must own” and “25 albums that changed the world.” For more information, follow this link.
“Disclosure: I am participating in the Verizon Wireless Midwest Fans program and have been provided with a wireless device and five months of service in exchange for my honest opinions about the product.”
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