This is false. Bell does offer Sunday Ticket and it's much cheaper than the 39.95 a month.
Yes maybe so but Bell does not have College football, NHL gamecenter, NBA league pass, and MLB included.
I believe that link is out of date. Bell will be airing the NFL games on TSN and CTV (on a large number of timeshifting channels). Click on the NFL Tab of the link below:
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Seems pretty strange to have the price still the same even though NFL Sunday Ticket is no longer included.
You guys would likely make more money overall if you sold the individual sports separately for $9.99/month. I'd love to get the NCAA Football, but not for $35/month, that's kind of ridiculous.
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Ok so we're now getting less where NFL Sunday Ticket wa arguably one of the biggest factors for many. But the price and commitment for the SSP remains the same? I understand this is not a Rogers decision (thank goodness) but what is Rogers doing to balance the deal? What bothers me is the term "select games" where 60% is the estimate but we don't know what exactly that covers.
I don't want to assume it covers my favorite teams because we made that mistake before by assuming that the Buffalo Bills were automatically Toronto's team, look how that turned out. A decent cable package shows you many of the popular games already so paying an additional $36/mth is alot for a spotty schedule. This is a terrible day for Football fans unless we purchase DAZN services for like $20/mth or whatever they're charging.
Correct. Rogers do not care. If they did they would offer some sort of discount. Terrible.