AT&T set to launch Direct TV Now on November 30, starting at just $35 per Month

AT&T set to launch Direct TV Now on November 30, starting at just $35 per Month

AT&T ranks among the biggest carriers in the US. The company has always been putting out services to attract users. AT&T has today unveiled details about its new streaming TV service dubbed Direct TV Now following the announcement of the service back in March. Direct TV Now offers on-demand and live programming from multiple networks over the internet, something we have been accustomed to with Sling TV and Play Station Vue. Direct TV Now promises to challenge other streaming TV services in the market.


According to AT&T, Direct TV Now will launch on November 30 with apps on iPhone, iPad and Apple TV. Besides, the new TV streaming service will support Chromecast from iOS in 2017. There will be four different pricing tiers ranging from $35/month to $70 USD/month as well as support of up to 120 channels. Besides, AT&T will offer a free 7-day trial period when it launches later this month.

If you are interested in the service, we recommend you sign up early, as AT&T offers the $60/month package for just $35/month, exclusive to those who sign up initially. Besides, there is also a free Apple TV set-top box for those who pre-pay for three months. AT&T has not specified the list of channels that will be provided in each pricing tier. According to AT&T, CBS and Showtime will be missing on launch day, but Direct TV Now will allow its subscribers to add additional services like HBO on-demand which starts at $5/month.

Direct TV Now comes with some limits including the inability to stream in 4K and support for only two simultaneous streams at a time. Besides, Direct TV Now will not include NFL Sunday Ticket despite that fact that AT&T has been in talks with NFL to make it available. However, streaming Direct TV Now content over mobile data will not take a hit against data on AT&T’s Network.

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