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Topic # 222470 13-Aug-2017 15:01
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I had the on-demand NFL Sunday Ticket last year and loved it. I watched most games on the XBOX One and few on my laptop. Never had an issue.


This year I bought the add-on Game Pass.


The Scenario... I'm home working in the garage trying to watch a game on my phone. My Internet is 150M/150M Frontier FiOS. I just tested with the app Speedtest on my iPhone (6S) to check me WiFi connection and the results were... PING: 14ms, Download: 142.92Mbps, UPLOAD: 164.41Mbps.


Here's the problem... It's choppy on my iPhone (6S)... So much it's unwatchable.


I checked my storage on the iPhone... I have 1.36GB Available.


I stopped all apps.


I restarted my iPhone.


Now I click to watch the game... for a split second it acts like it's going to start then back to the screen that says "Available on NFL Game Pass". Really? Duh! I'm trying to watch it. So I click again. No luck.


Any suggestions???



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  Reply # 1846115 14-Aug-2017 06:47
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Clear more space on your device.  If it's coming in at those speeds it might be trying to use HD or 4k, that is like 3+gigs an hour.


Does it work on your laptop/xbox?

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