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Does anyone watch NASN (ESPN America) ?

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7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months ago
I think that NASN (which is now called ESPN America) was part of the Setanta pack... ie you can't just get that channel on its own.

Now that Setanta has gone down the pan is it possible to get the channel via Sky on another package/individually?
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7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months ago
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Apparently you will be able to buy ESPN through SKy for £5 a month. This is for the football though but it might include the exsisting channels as well?
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if you have bt vision they are going to replace setanta with espn shortly-not clear yet whether this is just for the english/scottish football or the whole package.
#3
No BT vision here, just $KY.
I was hoping they would put the channel for 'free' as part of the sports package, but I guess they won't.
#4
Its free to view at the moment on Sky.
#5
No, cos there's no NFL, only baseball (in the main it seems) and i don't like that
#6
its free just now, i watched the swimming championship's on it earlier
#7
is it still on free? I'm assuming it won't be for long as their website says itl launches 3 August.
#8
if youre looking for NFL and/or NBA coverage your prob better just buyin the broadband packs from the site thts how i watch the NBA it was 60 quid for the year which meant i could watch a good 1200 games :thumbsup:
#9
Yeah, looking for NFL/NBA/MLB. It would only be for very very occassional viewing, when a game is on at the weekend at a reasonable hour combined with when I have the house to myself (like next week when the family is off to Ireland for 2 weeks). So not really wanting to fork out anything for it as it's not worth it!
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Babbabooey
Yeah, looking for NFL/NBA/MLB. It would only be for very very occassional viewing, when a game is on at the weekend at a reasonable hour combined with when I have the house to myself (like next week when the family is off to Ireland for 2 weeks). So not really wanting to fork out anything for it as it's not worth it!


i know on the NBA broadband thing u can get a day pass for 3 quid i think so if there is a few games on in the afternoon its well worth the 3 quid

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