As part of the merger, AT&T is also removing the requirement that AT&T TV customers use at least one of its streaming boxes, called AT&T TV Stream, and it is also getting rid of AT&T TV’s mandatory contract.
From now on, AT&T TV will be month to month, just like AT&T TV Now. AT&T says current contracts remain in effect, but once they expire, customers can switch to a month-to-month payment option. If you’re on an AT&T TV trial, you can switch to a plan without a contract without paying an early termination fee.
AT&T TV’s non-contract packages start at $ 70 each. Month for a basic entertainment package that includes ESPN, CNN and FX as well as local broadcast channels and 20 hour cloud DVR. Additional $ 10 per Month increases the DVR inventory to 500 hours per month. Regional sports are included starting in the Choice package, which runs $ 85 per. Month without contract and includes one year with HBO Max and NBA League Pass Premium.
Those who are not afraid of commitment can still sign up for a two-year contract that lowers the entertainment package’s first-year price down to $ 60 per person. Month for the first year before jumping to $ 93 per month. Month in the second. Election users will see the price drop from $ 85 per. Month to $ 65 per. Month for the first year of the two-year contract, but the second year will raise the price up to $ 110 per month. Month. Those with Choice on a two-year contract would also be on the hook to pay an additional $ 8.49 per. Month “regional sports fee” for two years.
However, both packages include a 500-hour DVR as part of the two-year commitment.
As for devices, you can stream AT&T TV on a variety of devices if you do not want to use the company’s Android TV-powered streaming box (aptly called the AT&T TV device). This includes iOS and Android phones and tablets plus TV streamers like Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Roku, Google Chromecast and Samsung smart TV (2017 or later).
“We bring more value and simplicity by merging these two streaming services into a single AT&T television experience,” said Vince Torres, AT & T’s senior vice president of marketing, in a statement.
First, AT&T TV Now was the airline’s first streaming TV service. The company expanded to offer one over the years, including a cheaper (now discontinued) AT&T Watch TV, which largely consisted of Turner channels, the owned, and AT&T TV, the current cable and satellite replacement. It also introduced HBO Max, its Netflix and Disney Plus rival, last year.
Although the company no longer adds new subscribers to AT&T TV Now, a spokesman for the company says existing users will still be able to use the service and “will not experience disruption as part of this change,” adding that pricing is “does not change at this time.”