AT&T is moving away from its AT&T TV Now video offering and will merge it with the AT&T TV streaming platform, arguing that current users will not experience interruptions.
The AT&T TV Now service was the telecommunications company’s online streaming offering, while the AT&T TV service is a cable and satellite alternative that required users to have a dedicated streaming box.
As part of the merger of the two disparate platforms, AT&T is eliminating the streaming box requirement. It is also getting rid of the mandatory contract required for the AT&T TV service.
In the future, this means that users will pay a monthly fee for the AT&T TV platform. Current contracts will remain in effect until expiration and those users will be carried over to monthly payments. The company notes that users will not see any interruptions in the service.
The basic AT&T TV package starts at $ 70 per month and includes 20 hours of cloud DVR storage. AT&T notes that it has 20 more channels than the AT&T TV Now… entry plan.
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