How to Stream the 2018 Super Bowl Without Cable

How to Stream the 2018 Super Bowl

Updated January 18, 2018

  1. Make sure you have a GoBrolly® Internet connection that provides enough “up” and “down” speed for a seamless experience. Here are the different plans with information on the speeds you need: GoBrolly® Internet Plans
  2. In order to access a “streaming service” like Netflix or Hulu, you need a “streaming media player.” Basically, a streaming media player allows the television to stream shows or movies you normally could only access on a computer or mobile device. There are several streaming media players available, such as Amazon Fire, Roku, Apple TV and Google Chromecast. For a comparison of each, check out the following link (updated November 2017): http://techforluddites.com/best-streaming-media-player-for-you/
  3. Now that your television is set up with access to the Internet, and you have a streaming media player, it’s time to decide on a “streaming service” that’s right for you. DirectTV Now, Sling TV and CBS All Access offer different packages that include aspects of the NFL playoff schedule.

Here is a comprehensive article that shows step-by-step instructions of how to set up each streaming service: How to Watch the 2018 NFL Playoffs Without Cable

First published January 15, 2017

2018-01-17T14:41:44+00:00 January 16th, 2018|Categories: Internet Support|Comments Off on How to Stream the 2018 Super Bowl Without Cable