AT&T Is Making Big Changes to Its Streaming TV Plans

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AT&T Is Making Big Changes to Its Streaming TV Plans
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AT&T TV Now’s live TV streaming plans are no longer available to new subscribers.

According to its website, AT&T TV Now has merged with the company’s separate service called AT&T TV. Existing AT&T TV Now customers can continue to access the service.

Here’s what AT&T TV Now’s website looks like today:

AT&T TV Now website

AT&T TV Now launched in 2016 as DirecTV Now. It underwent a series of changes and price hikes over the years.

With AT&T TV Now being shut down to new subscribers, AT&T is now advertising AT&T TV plans with no contract, equipment or hidden fees. That’s a change from when AT&T TV first launched.

The cheapest plan offers 65+ channels for $69.99 per month. That’s higher than the starting price for YouTube TV, Hulu Live and fuboTV.

AT&T TV plans

AT&T TV’s more expensive plans include additional channels, regional sports networks and a year of HBO Max. You can take a closer look at the packages and the channel lineups on AT&T TV’s website.

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