Setanta Sports Now Available in Boston Area on Comcast

 Setanta Sports Now Available in Boston Area on ComcastSlowly but surely, it’s getting easier and easier to subscribe to Setanta Sports via your cable and satellite provider. Just last week, Comcast in Boston, Massachusetts added Setanta Sports to its selection of channels to choose from.

Comcast now carries Setanta Sports in Allston, Back Bay, Beacon Hill, Brighton, Brookline, Charlestown, Downtown Financial, East Boston, Fenway, Jamaica Plain, Mattapan, Hyde Park, Dorchester, North End, Roslindale, Roxbury, South Boston, South End, and West Roxbury. To receive Setanta Sports, channel 761, in the Boston area call 1-800-COMCAST.

Back in October, we here at EPL Talk reported that Comcast was dragging its feet in New England, the Bay Area and Illinois in regards to adding Setanta Sports to its programming. Now that New England has added Setanta, now is the time for you to call your local Comcast office and demand that Setanta Sports is added. Learn more about how to get Setanta on Comcast here.

In just the past few months, Setanta has been added to AT&T U-Verse, Cox Cable (in Virginia) and Verizon FIOS. It’s already available on DirecTV and DISH Network on satellite. But if the network can get added on to regional Comcast Cable companies nationwide, it’ll finally be a giant step closer to being available in the mainstream.

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One Response to Setanta Sports Now Available in Boston Area on Comcast

  1. Mike says:

    Time Warner still does not offer GolTV in most markets. We have no hope of ever getting Setanta.

    If you have Time Warner, call them and request GolTV and Setanta.

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