AT&T’s highly anticipated streaming TV service now has a firm price attached. DirecTV Now will launch in November of 2016 for a price of just $35 a month. For $35, customers will get over 100 channels, like Disney and Time Warner.
AT&T’s answer for cord cutting, DirecTV Now and was announced earlier this year. The streaming service plans to make use of AT&T’s growing 5G network. At $35 for 100 channels, the price is actually comparable to Sling TV, which starts at $20 a month (but for fewer channels) and more affordable than PlayStation Vue (which starts at $40 for 60 channels).
The new streaming service from AT&T will allow subscribers to stream content to smartphones, tablets, smart TVs, set-top boxes, and PCs (plus other devices). A complete list of channels isn’t available yet.
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