The NFL’s Super Bowl-winning Sms service, which charges customers a small $20 per month for their online chats, will be open in the Pittsburgh suburb of Allegheny County on Sunday, a league source said Tuesday.
The NFL did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
The service was introduced last summer and has been available to the public since January, when the team relocated to Pittsburgh from New Orleans.
It is the NFL’s largest service.
“Sms is not about taking money from people or making money for them,” NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy said in a statement.
“We have long held a strong commitment to transparency and transparency for all our players, and Sms is no exception.”
The NFL is also introducing a free “Smash Up” service for all Super Bowl games, which lets fans pay $15 to view video clips of players performing the famous “Smell the Smell” dance.
The Sms app will be available on iPhone and Android devices.