AT&T started in 1877 as the Southwestern Bell Telephone Company, a telephone and telegraph company pioneering these exciting industries. Fast forward to today and AT&T is the largest provider of both DSL and fiber Internet. Concentrated in 22 states AT&T has a nationwide reach and can provide for both rural and urban markets with unparalleled resources.
In 2015, AT&T purchased DirecTV which allowed it to acquire its subscriber base through DirecTV Now which would become AT&T Now.
Starting on March 2, 2020, AT&T TV has replaced U-Verse, AT&T’s previous television product, and provides customers with streaming options through its AT&T Now service which is available wherever customers have a connection to a reliable Internet source.
AT&T TV Now offers the ability to stream your favorite television programs across three different devices simultaneously. Stay goodbye to contracts and hello to freedom as you stream the same live channels without the restraint of commitment. With over 60 channels including premium networks and the best in sports entertainment, AT&T TV Now customers can watch some of the most sought after programming whenever and wherever they see fit. AT&T TV Now’s DVR system can store up to 500 hours of HD footage that can be viewed through your mobile app so you can watch at your convenience.
AT&T TV Now offers two plans for its subscribers. The Plus plan has over 45 channels with HBO included for free and will run you $65.00/month. The Max package is perfect for sports lovers and with more than 60 channels, free HBO, and free Cinemax for $80.00/month. Additional premium channels can be added for $5-11/month as can channels with a focus towards Spanish-speaking programming, and other international channels at additional costs.
AT&T TV Now’s greatest features are its freedom and versatility. There are no contracts, there are no set places that you have to watch. If you can connect online, you can watch your favorite shows from wherever you desire. Cancellation is possible at any time if you are unhappy with your service. AT&T TV Now also supports HD streaming so you know you’re getting the best quality stream for your feed.
If you can use it to access the Internet or stream your favorite services, chances are, you can view AT&T TV Now. You can stream AT&T TV Now through a variety of ways including Amazon Fire TV, Android Phones/Tablets/TV, Apple TV, Google Chromecast, iPhones/iPads, Internet Browsers, Roku, and Samsung Smart TV.