Who’s ready for some football?

The 2021 NFL regular football season averaged 17.1 million viewers per game for television and digital, up 10% from 2020. The ways in which we have consumed sports entertainment has changed throughout the years from solely being on broadcast radio to cable television and now streaming services giving us the ability to tune in from anywhere on our phones, laptops and tablets. Our favorite streaming apps allow us to watch Sunday, Monday and Thursday night football on Hulu Live TV, the ESPN app, Paramount+, YouTube TV and now – Amazon Prime Video.

Amazon Prime Video is NFL’s exclusive Thursday Night Football partner. It’s rivaling cable television after the first regular season game drew in 13 million viewers on the app. Streaming services like Amazon Prime Video put entertainment right in front of us and a high bandwidth fast Internet connection lets us watch past and present favorites in one setting. From Friday Night Lights, All American, House of the Dragon, Abbott Elementary, 90210, Ted Lasso and so much more. Though, all these shows are on different platforms. So how does one decide which streaming services fulfill their needs the most and includes the ability to watch live football this fall?


Great Plains Communications has partnered with MyBundleTV to simplify your streaming experience and make it easy to find options customized for you and your family. Watch the events, channels, shows, and movies you love, hassle-free. You can even record shows in the Cloud, with no need for a physical DVR box. In addition, you save money and time.

Get ready for streaming football

To use the Great Plains Communications TV recommendations tool, click on https://mybundle.tv/great-plains/home and get started:

  1. Complete the Find My Bundle
  2. Choose the channels and programming you love.
  3. Receive recommendations that meet both your viewing preferences and your budget.
  4. Ensure you have the best speed of Internet to support streaming for your entire household.

Watching football should be fun, not hard!



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