Service members, veterans can stream 2022 Winter Olympics for free

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Service members and honorably discharged veterans worldwide will again enjoy free access to NBCUniversal’s full streaming coverage of the 2022 Olympic Winter Games, courtesy of the Army & Air Force Exchange Service and Comcast NBCUniversal.

Military members will be able to stream all the action from the Beijing Games using their personal devices and computers through The Winter Olympics take place Feb. 3-20.

Through this arrangement, U.S. service members and honorably discharged veterans worldwide can stream more than 2,100 hours of events, a record for a Winter Olympics, using and the NBC Sports app, via authentication.

Top stories and moments, as well as live streams of select practice and warm-up sessions, extensive video content including event recaps, highlights, viral moments, interviews and more, will be featured throughout the games.

Service members can access NBCUniversal’s coverage from their computers or personal devices by visiting or the NBC Sports app and choosing the Exchange as their service provider.

Because of content rights restrictions, an active account is required. Overseas viewers must also be physically located on-installation at a military location with internet service through an authorized internet service provider to gain access.

An authorized provider has partnered with the Exchange on the technical solutions allowing streaming viewership on U.S. military installations in OCONUS. They include: 101 GLOBAL, Allied Telesis, Americable, Babtel, Basefix, Boingo, DHI/TravelWiFi, DSN, LG Uplus, Mediatti Broadband, Solutions by STC, Telecom Italia, TKS and US Wicom.

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