NFL RedZone is a highly sought-after live-highlight channel that showcases every scoring play during Sunday-afternoon games. With this new offering, fans can stay up-to-date with all the action on the field.

However, this exciting upgrade comes with a price increase. The NFL+ Premium tier, which includes RedZone, NFL Network, and game replays, will rise in cost from $9.99 per month to $14.99 per month (or $99 per year). The Standard plan, which offers NFL Network without RedZone, will also see a price increase from $4.99 per month to $6.99 per month (or $49.99 per year).

NFL+ was launched last year and allows users to stream live, in-market games, as well as primetime national regular-season and playoff games. However, there were limitations to the service, such as being only available on mobile devices and the inability to stream live out-of-market games.

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NFL Expands NFL+ Streaming Service for Football Fans

The NFL announced today that it is expanding its NFL+ streaming service for the upcoming season. According to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, the launch of NFL+ last season was a tremendous success, and they are excited to provide even more access to football content for fans everywhere.

The eagerly anticipated NFL preseason schedule begins today, with the regular season set to kick off on September 7th with an exciting matchup between the Detroit Lions and the Kansas City Chiefs.

Football fans can look forward to an action-packed season filled with exclusive content and convenient streaming options through the expanded NFL+ service.

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