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Is NBC available, and is it free?

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Journeyman

Is NBC available, and is it free?

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Sprint Product Ambassador

NBC is part of the Sprint TV Xtra package, which costs $9.99 per month.

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Journeyman


@wengla02 wrote:
NBC is part of the Sprint TV Xtra package, which costs $9.99 per month.

Starting to sound a lot like DirecTV - extra package after extra package that I won't pay for.

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Journeyman

I can't find a page that clearly lists all the channels that are included in the $9.95 per month. Only a page that says channels such as blah, blah, blah.

Can someone from Sprint give a link or do a cut and paste?

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Journeyman

I see, so the EVERYTHING Plan really does not include everything

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Journeyman

That's a deceptive if you purchase the everything plan, and then you have to pay for prime time networks, Especially if the quality is as pixelated as the rest of their free channels, don't see that happening. Still determining whether to continue with service.

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Journeyman

Here is the channel line up as of today:

Sprint TV Basic

Disney Channel
NFL Network
CNN Mobile
Fox Sports
E!
Weather Channel
Sprint Movies trailers
Sprint Exclusive EntertainmentSM original programming

Sprint TV Premier - all of the above plus:

MTV Mobile
Comedy central Mobile
ABC Mobile
CBS Mobile
The CW
Fox News Channel
GT Mobile
LOGO
Nascar On Speed
The Blast
TR3 Mobile
Nick Mobile
Et to Go
ABC News Now
Spike
VH1 Mobile
Discovery Mobile
SPEED
CMT
Cartoon Network Mobile

Sprint TV Xtra - The Xtra is for Xtra $9.99

2008 Emmys
A&E Mobile
Access Hollywood
Animal Planet
Anim8
ATAKU
Bombones
Bravo To Go
Caf Music
Chaos Extreme
CNET
Comedy Time
C-SPAN
C-SPAN2
Discovery
Discovery Mobile
Double Z Country
ESPN Mobile TV
Fashion TV
Fox Business
MAXX Look
MAXX Sports
MSNBC
NBC Mobile
NBC Mobile (Entertainment)
NBC Sports Mobile
NFL Network
Oxygen (Oh!)
Pussycat Dolls
R&B Jamz
Ritmo Caliente
Sci Fi
History
The Mic
Hip Hop
The Weather Channel
TLC
ToonWorld
TV Classics
Top Ten
Totally 80s-90s
USA Network
V40 Top Hits

Message Edited by Gmano on 09-03-2008 05:01 PM

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@technurse wrote:
That's a deceptive if you purchase the everything plan, and then you have to pay for prime time networks, Especially if the quality is as pixelated as the rest of their free channels, don't see that happening. Still determining whether to continue with service.

I don't think it's deceptive at all. I honestly am shocked at the amount of channels we get with the default plan. Now, since I have no desire to pay 10 more bucks a month to watch pixelated, glitchy streamed tv w/ skipping sound...I won't spend the money.

I don't fault sprint for charging for extra channels.

I do fault them for a sub par streaming tv experience.

But then again, it's not as if they can get hdtv quality on a cell phone just yet. So it's not the biggest problem.

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Journeyman

As much as I love Cnet, History and Sci Fi, I can't imagine paying $10 extra a month for the quality that we get out of Sprint TV.

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Journeyman

You can just go to m.nbc.com in the browser, but the content doesn't play any better than the built-in channels. I think you have to be in wap mode to get the option to watch videos.

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Journeyman

I can watch nbc videos on my Instinct by using m.nbc.com and using mobile mode in the browser. A little pixelated, but not too bad.

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Journeyman

When was the Weather Channel moved under the pay package? It used to be on the All Channel selection and was free. Maybe that's why it doesn't work on my phonenow.

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