Targeting the young crowd, this free app service is available for everyone including non-Verizon subscribers.
There's nothing better than watching exclusive content about your favorite teams and players of the NBA and that's what Verizon brings you through Go90. Get to access original series and live games that not everyone can see using the new mobile video streaming service.
As NBA's official wireless provider, Verizon was able to secure this great partnership and give fans a one-of-a-kind experience with rich and original content especially during the NBA All-Star Slam Dunk contest and the NBA Draft.
Go90 had been introduced last month with a great number of live events, original web series, and primetime TV content from the Food Network, ESPN, NFL, and Comedy Central. Targeting the young crowd, this free app service is available for everyone including non-Verizon subscribers.
There's nothing better than watching exclusive content about your favorite teams and players of the NBA
The said exclusive NBA content include live games not showed to the public and even a thousand out-of-market games. Users also have the option to buy live game packages which has single games, team passes, or a full season package.
With this new addition to their streaming content, Go90 is expected to have a following especially of sports enthusiasts. Users can capture their exclusive content and share it on their social media profiles for all their friends to see.
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