Verizon's More Everything customers get free NFL Mobile

The deal is available for the 2014-15 season and includes premium access to live streaming games and the NFL Network.

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The National Football League has now become a selling point for Verizon Wireless.

Customers who subscribe to Verizon's More Everything plans will receive free access to the NFL Mobile app, Verizon announced Thursday. Those who download the app will be able to stream all live games and get access to the NFL Network's feed. It's worth noting, however, that streaming the games over Verizon's network will count against the customer's monthly data allowance.

NFL Mobile has proved to be one of the more popular apps on Verizon, the company told CNET in an e-mailed statement. The service previously cost Verizon customers $5 per month. Those who don't have More Everything can still access NFL Mobile for that fee.

Verizon's More Everything plan comes with unlimited talk and text; international text messaging; and 25GB of cloud storage. Up to 10 devices can be added to a plan, and all those products can share the data. Verizon offers up to 100GB of data per month. The NFL Mobile addition will not add anything to the cost.

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