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  # 669126 7-Aug-2012 16:36
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Cheers thanks

Huge Steelers fan here!!

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  # 671134 11-Aug-2012 19:21
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you are amazing!! just signed up too :D:D:D

 
 
 
 


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  # 671264 12-Aug-2012 02:20
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Is this only available in New Zealand?
I'm in Canada and I don't see any free subscription; I still have to pay. :(

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  # 680447 2-Sep-2012 17:11
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This is awesome.   hard to believe that they wont ask for money later...but it doesnt say that this is only for 1 week or 1 month or what...

I am an American traveling in New Zealand this year and would love to be able to watch the NFL while I am over here.  My concern is that a lot of the places here that I can get internet have a certain limit of how many MB or GB that i can use over the course of a certain amount of time (depending on how much I pay).

My question for other football fans in New Zealand is, What is a good way for me to access the internet without data restrictions in order to watch these games?

-Rob

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  # 680449 2-Sep-2012 17:14
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Very limited I'm afraid, what city are you in and I can guide you to bars that play the games when they are on Sky Sport.

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  # 686638 16-Sep-2012 12:41
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gamepass on the iPad is no longer working (still works on the Tab), appears to be unable to determine my location although I have location settings on, anyone else encountering this?

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  # 686656 16-Sep-2012 13:38
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evilmd: Is this only available in New Zealand?
I'm in Canada and I don't see any free subscription; I still have to pay. :(


It's only available outside the US and US Territories (that's actually in the terms and conditions, believe it or not).  You aren't with an ISP that would make it appear you're from the US are you?  There's also a few services which you aren't allowed to use in Canada too according to the terms, but this isn't listed as one of them.  It's quite confusing actually.

Another thing is that maybe you just aren't seeing it.  Go straight to http://gamepass.nfl.com, and check to see if there is a "Complimentary" button anywhere on the page.  If you do see it, click that and then make sure javascript is enabled in your browser as it seems to use Javascript to bypass the payment prompts.

rmaher: This is awesome.   hard to believe that they wont ask for money later...but it doesnt say that this is only for 1 week or 1 month or what...

It says it's for the whole season, but you'll have to make sure you don't use an nfl.com account which already has your American details - US viewers aren't allowed to use GamePass.

 
 
 
 


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  # 686657 16-Sep-2012 13:45
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lyonrouge: gamepass on the iPad is no longer working (still works on the Tab), appears to be unable to determine my location although I have location settings on, anyone else encountering this?


It's still working on both my iPad2 and Galaxy Nexus.

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  # 686665 16-Sep-2012 14:03
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We can't get it to go on either of our iPads, but it's working on the Galaxy Tab, never mind I can get to it through the others (was keen to get it working again on the iPad so I could use AirPlay)

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