AT&T Launching New DirecTV Now Service on November 30, 2016

AT&T is launching its DirecTV Now satellite service to the web with a new streaming service. The AT&T DirecTV Now satellite service will be launched on November 30, 2016.


Subscribers can now choose to subscribe to various levels of DirecTV Now. The new service launches Wednesday, Nov 30, 2016 and will stream 60 to 120-plus channels. The starting price will be $35 monthly (you can get a free 7-day trial at

How AT&T DirecTV Now works?

The live TV streaming service will be streaming via internet to smartphones and tablets, as well as connected TV devices such as Apple TV and Amazon Fire TV.

You can use your home broadband or mobile wireless service to access DirectTV Now.

AT&T Wireless subscribers will not have their video usage count against their data limits.

Rather than having consumers to sign long-term contracts and buy or rent pay-TV boxes, DirecTV Now is like subscribing to an app. For 100-plus channels (adding BBC World News, Golf Channel, NBA TV, NHL and MTV Classic) subscribers pay $60 monthly. For $70 monthly the buyer will get 120-plus channels including eight Starz Encore channels and Univision Deportes.

Subscribers can also add HBO and Cinemax for $5 each monthly. New channels from Taylor Swift and Reese Witherspoon were also announced.

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