AT&T TV Now Just Dropped Its Price by $10 a Month

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AT&T TV Now price drop
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AT&T TV Now is changing its prices again! The live TV streaming service that was formerly called DirecTV Now has lowered the price of its base plan to $55 a month —that’s a $10 drop.

However, the AT&T TV Now Plus package will no longer include HBO at the new price point.

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AT&T TV Now has made multiple price changes over the past few years. The last price hike was in November. That’s when the Plus plan increased to $65 a month and the Max plan increased to $80 a month.

At the time, AT&T justified the price adjustment by adding HBO to both plans. But that’s now changing.

At $55 per month, the Plus plan provides access to about 45 networks, but no longer HBO. The $80 per month Max plan includes HBO, Cinemax and regional sports networks that you don’t get with the Plus plan.

If you select the Plus plan and want HBO, you can add it for an extra $10 a month — making it $65 per month.

New AT&T TV Now Channel Lineups

AT&T TV Now Plus: 45+ channels AT&T TV Now Max: 60+ channels
Cinemax
HBO
HBO Family
HBO Latino
ABC* ABC*
ACC Network
AccuWeather AccuWeather
BET BET
Boomerang Boomerang
Bravo Bravo
BTN
Cartoon Network Cartoon Network
CBS* CBS*
CBS Sports Network
Cheddar Cheddar
CMT
CNBC CNBC
CNBC World CNBC World
CNN CNN
Comedy Central Comedy Central
CW* CW*
Disney Channel Disney Channel
Disney Junior Disney Junior
Disney XD Disney XD
E! E!
ESPN ESPN
ESPN2 ESPN2
ESPNEWS
ESPNU
Fox* Fox*
Fox Business Network Fox Business Network
Fox News Channel Fox News Channel
Fox Sports 1 Fox Sports 1
Fox Sports 2
Freeform Freeform
FX FX
FX Movie Channel FX Movie Channel
FXX FXX
Golf Channel
Hallmark Channel Hallmark Channel
HLN HLN
Longhorn Network*
MSNBC MSNBC
MSG*
MSG+*
MTV MTV
My Network TV* My Network TV*
Nat Geo WILD Nat Geo WILD
National Geographic Channel National Geographic Channel
NBC* NBC*
NBCSN NBCSN
Nickelodeon Nickelodeon
Nick Jr. Nick Jr.
Olympic Channel
Ovation Ovation
Oxygen Oxygen
Paramount
Revolt Revolt
SEC Network
SYFY SYFY
TBS TBS
TCM TCM
Telemundo Telemundo
Tennis Channel
TNT TNT
TruTV TruTV
TV Land
Universal Kids Universal Kids
USA Network USA Network
VH1 VH1
YES Network*
*To get a local or regional sports network, your billing address must match a local market and your device must be in that location.

Despite the price adjustment, AT&T TV Now still offers fewer channels for about the same price as YouTube TV, Hulu + Live TV and Sling TV. These are all competitors in the no-contract live TV streaming space.

For most people, it all comes down to the list of available channels. Compare them here and see our guide to the best streaming TV plans!

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