The operative word here is "etc". While everyone drools over big-name stars, the reality is that an enormous range of games, with lots of other good teams, have moved to the heavens.
Also, EPL rights expire this year, and consider the possibility that FSC will have very little going for it as well. At least now, having lost Italy, it can be less hypocritican, because it is basically an ill-disguised publicity shop for England.
Alas, I suspect that Verizon will notice this in about 12 years
So far no response to any posts from Verizon. The season starts today. What are they waiting for, customers to leave??
This is a PEER to PEER forum, if you're expecting a Verizon reponse here you have a better chance of it snowing on the sun.
08-20-2012 07:30 AM - edited 08-20-2012 07:31 AM
from the looks of it fios is promoting piracy by forcing people to watch soccer games on Justintv after paying $200/month for FIOS services!!! #FIOSPromotesPiracy, #SoccerForSome!
as you can see they don't care about us at all, no verizon staff person responded to this thread, eventhough they moved my idea from Idea exchange to this TV Programming forum!!