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What Channel Is ESPN On Fios?

The last time I switched cable providers I was completely lost as to where some of my channels were. I decided to be proactive this time when switching to the Fios channel and found quite a bit about ESPN on Fios online.

ESPN was the only real reason I still have cable TV, so I pulled out all the stops in my research.

Going through all the channels in my TV guide was confusing, to say the least, but the Fios online community got into it. Thanks to them I found out what channel ESPN was on.

What Channel Is ESPN On Fios?

Verizon FiOS offered ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, and ESPN Buzzer Beater as part of their channel lineup. However, it’s important to note that channel lineups can change, and additional streaming options may be available to Verizon FiOS customers as part of their subscription.

The information you provided about Verizon FiOS customers being able to watch ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, and ESPN Buzzer Beater live online as of February 17, 2020, suggests that these channels were available for streaming to FiOS TV subscribers at that time.

Where Can I Find ESPN On Fios?

Over the years, ESPN has branched out its content so much that it currently has more than six domestic channels running throughout the day.

ESPN is on channel 570, while ESPNews, ESPNU, and ESPN 2 are available on channels 572, 573, and 574.

The channels are the same across the country wherever Fios is offered and won’t change even if you change your channel package or move.

Plans On Fios That Have ESPN

ESPN is a popular channel, so Fios includes it in all the plans it offers.

The availability of these plans may change depending on where you live, but these are all the plans Fios offers that have ESPN.

Plan NamePrice
The Most Fios TV$110 per month
More Fios TV$90 per month
Your Fios TV$70 per month

If you add internet as well, you get access to the Test Drive package, which lets you use Fios for 60 days. They will then recommend the package that suits you best.

There are a few other plans that open up if you decide to get your internet from Fios as well, so check the Fios website to see which ones are available.

Alternative Ways To Watch ESPN

If you want to watch ESPN on your smartphone or streaming device, there are several ways to stream the channel online. ESPN has a website where you can log in with your Fios TV account and watch the channel live in a browser on your phone or computer.

Alternative Ways To Watch ESPN

If you don’t want to use your Fios account, the channel is also available on Sling TV and YouTube TV but requires a subscription. I would recommend the free option, but if you want more channels that can be streamed online and not just ESPN, these services might be good for you.

There’s also ESPN+, but it’s a separate subscription service with only ESPN content, some of which is exclusive to the app. Make sure you’re only streaming ESPN2 and nothing else.

Trying Out Fios TV

If you are afraid to throw a lot of money into Fios, the Test Drive package will be the best choice for you. But it needs an internet connection from Fios, so only go for it if you also want new internet.

Otherwise, switch to other plans offered, such as Your Fios or More Fios, after looking at the channels they have in your area. There’s always a streaming alternative to fall back on if Fios doesn’t appeal to you.


How do I watch ESPN Plus on Verizon?

ESPN is not on Verizon as it is a separate subscription service.

Install the app on your phone and TV and subscribe to one of their subscription levels.

How much does ESPN Plus cost?

You can get ESPN Plus for as little as $10 a month.

It also comes with Disney+ and Hulu with all services for $14 per month for the whole package.

Can I watch ESPN Plus for free?

You won’t be able to watch ESPN+ for free, but it’s included with Disney+ and Hulu, making the whole package affordable. If you use all these services to save some money, check out this package.

Is ESPN Free on Amazon Prime?

ESPN+ isn’t free on Amazon Prime because it’s a standalone streaming service.

It must be paid for separately by creating an ESPN+ account.