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NFL Starts Its Own Mobile Streaming Service for $4.99 a Month

  • Subscribers will get access to local and prime-time games
  • Mobile rights to NFL games were previously owned by Verizon
The Dallas Cowboys take the field against the Jacksonville Jaguars in Arlington, Texas in Aug. 2021. 

The Dallas Cowboys take the field against the Jacksonville Jaguars in Arlington, Texas in Aug. 2021. 

Photographer: Tom Pennington/Getty Images

The National Football League has launched its own streaming service, betting that the growing number of cable TV cord-cutters will pay to watch certain games on mobile devices.

NFL+, which debuts Monday, costs $4.99 a month or $39.99 a year. In addition to live games, it features shows from the NFL Network and archives of NFL Films. A premium version of the service, which includes commercial-free replays of games, costs $9.99 a month or $79.99 a year.