DirecTV Now is going in the direction of the competition, by giving customers a chance to stream live programming on cell phones, tablets, and PCs (no link box required). No long haul contracts or duties required. Temporarily, AT&T will offer the “Pull out all the stops” channel level with 100 channels for $35 every month. The typical $35 base bundle is constrained to “60+ channels.” If you join in time, the offer will stay legitimate every month until you cross out. In any case, that $35 rate is not the long haul estimating for 100+ channels. DirecTV Now offers venture up memberships that incorporate different channels and substance for a higher month to month cost.
AT&T has consented to programming arrangements with almost all real systems except for CBS and Showtime; transactions with those organizations stay continuous. DirecTV Now permits clients to watch up to two streams all the while.
HBO and Cinemax can be added to any of these bundles for just $5 additional every month. DirecTV Now is “zero evaluated” for the organization’s remote clients, so paying little respect to how much time they spend spilling, that movement will have no effect on information use for their month to month charge. Essentially, while these are the membership rates starting today, the organization is being clear about the likelihood of increments later on.
Despite the fact that it offers comparative marking, DirecTV Now is a standalone, isolate administration that is disconnected to AT&T’s satellite TV business. AT&T is regarding it as the “appification” of TV. John Stankey, CEO of AT&T’s Entertainment Group, portrayed the potential as “greater than U-Verse.” The organization is focusing on the 20 million family units that are not at present part of the compensation TV world. AT&T arrangements to utilize its critical dispersion chain, retail locations, call focuses, and so on, to help DirecTV Now against its opposition.