The service acknowledged the problem in a tweet shortly after noon. “We are aware that some customers may be experiencing streaming issues with NFL Sunday Ticket. We are working to fix as quickly as possible. Thank you for your patience.”
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That didn’t seem to satisfy the Twitter mob that took up its digital torches and pitchforks against the service.
Amazon Prime customer can stream NFL Sunday Ticket by downloading the channel via Amazon Prime. It also streams select Thursday Night Football games.
Ridiculous! You never have an technical difficulties taking my money!
— Louie De La Rosa (@LouLouart007) October 13, 2019
2 hours to fix a once a week service. So sad a billion dollar company and you can’t fix a ainole stream service. #YouHadOneJob
— John Klinke (@jklinke03) October 13, 2019
Some customers?!? Try all
— Patrick from DC (@dc_prs) October 13, 2019
We are aware that some customers may be experiencing streaming issues with NFL Sunday Ticket. We are working to fix as quickly as possible. Thank you for your patience.
— DIRECTV (@DIRECTV) October 13, 2019