Starting next month, DirecTV will live stream NFL games over computers or smart phones, the company announced on Thursday.

Customers who have long craved the company’s NFL Sunday Ticket package, but who cannot access the satellite service in their homes. will be able to enjoy every Sunday game starting on Sept. 9.

However, if DirecTV is available in a particular district, customers must subscribe to the satellite service in order to access the online subscription package.

The streaming service costs $350 to get exclusively on the web or mobile devices. That’s $50 more than the NFL Sunday package costs via satellite.

The App is available on a range of devices including iPhone, iPad, Android, and Blackberry devices. Click here for the link to the iPhone App Store.

Customers will be able to access the Red Zone channel and switch between multiple NFL games. Last season, DirecTV tested the mobile service in New York markets.

Last year the company renewed its contract with the NFL in a deal worth $4 billion.

[hat tip to CultureJam and The Wrap]