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I'm looking as well. Foxsportsgo claims they don't charge for a subscription but they do from all indications.Dish is my tv provider which don't

carry fssw anymore.Suddenlink is my cable/wifi provider and they say subscription required. I do have roku too.I'm not too savy on all this.I do enjoy watching texan live on roku smart tv and it's worth the subscription. Anyone have any idea please post.

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48 minutes ago, DAWG91 said:

I just subscribed to the 7day at&t trial...It has FSSW

Can you confirm if the basic package has FSSW? I intend to cancel before free trial is up, just want to make sure I select the right one 

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14 minutes ago, mikehoncho said:

Can you confirm if the basic package has FSSW? I intend to cancel before free trial is up, just want to make sure I select the right one 

let me know what you come up with .   thanks

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2 hours ago, mikehoncho said:

Can you confirm if the basic package has FSSW? I intend to cancel before free trial is up, just want to make sure I select the right one 

We got the 2nd level option that's $80...The first one may work we just weren't sure.  That's probably not much help but the 2nd level has it for sure.

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FSSW has almost become instinct specifically with the TV streaming services. Sad times. Sinclair hiking up the prices to levels these TV providers cant afford. 

I've seen people mention AT&T TV but you better make sure you cancel. Pretty different compared to other streaming services. Requires an actual  two year contract, $15 cancellation fee for every month remaining on the contract. 

 

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2 hours ago, ANTI said:

FSSW has almost become instinct specifically with the TV streaming services. Sad times. Sinclair hiking up the prices to levels these TV providers cant afford. 

I've seen people mention AT&T TV but you better make sure you cancel. Pretty different compared to other streaming services. Requires an actual  two year contract, $15 cancellation fee for every month remaining on the contract. 

 

Requires pretty stout internet also. 

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