What Channel Is ESPN+ on Uverse, Verizon, SuddenLink, Cox, Optimum, Xfinity, Dish Network, Comcast and Spectrum?

ESPN+ is not a channel, but a streaming app (just like YouTube TV or Netflix).That means you can watch ESPN+ on your TV, but it does not get a channel as ESPN and ESPN2 does. 

Cable television subscriptions from providers like Uverse, Verizon, FiOS, SuddenLink, Cox, Optimum, Xfinity, Dish Network, Comcast and Spectrum have complete TV channel lineups.

To get live ESPN, ESPN2 or ESPNNews channels, you would need a subscription from providers like these.

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ESPN+ is a subscription-based streaming service. Although ESPN+ belongs to the ESPN platform, the technology you use to access the content is different.

A subscription with ESPN+ will not grant you access to live games or events being broadcasted on your cable TV. 

That said, to access ESPN+, you would need to download the app on any of the supported streaming players, including web browsers, mobile devices and smart TVs. You will also need to have access to the internet. 

Diego Asturias Meet Diego Asturias, the geek and passionate technology writer. As a kid, Diego discovered his curiosity in technology by breaking his parent’s cassette radios, going on to experiment in the areas of electronics, cybersecurity, and wireless hardware. Diego has worked as an engineer, researcher and journalist, traveling the globe to research wireless sensor networks in South Korea and aid in the installation of an African country’s first LTE mobile network.
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