AT&T has a new video and unlimited wireless offer for AT&T Unlimited ChoiceSM customers who subscribe to DIRECTV NOW. This bundle starts at just $70 a month. AT&T is the only carrier offering unlimited wireless and live entertainment – all from one provider.
“Customers shouldn’t settle for plain-old unlimited plans. With us, they can stream at least 60 live channels, as well as on-demand, premium channels, popular shows, and hit movies through DIRECTV NOW. And DIRECTV NOW requires no annual contract, no long-term commitment, no hassle,” said David Christopher, chief marketing officer, AT&T Entertainment Group. “We’re giving customers entertainment where, when and how they want it.”
AT&T Unlimited Choice customers get unlimited data* and 60+ of the most popular DIRECTV NOW channels for $70 a month:
- On AT&T Unlimited Choice a single line starts at $60 a month after AutoPay and paperless bill discount.
- The DIRECTV NOW Live a Little package is only $10 more after a $25 per month DIRECTV NOW video credit.
- Live a Little includes 60+ top TV channels and over 10,000 on-demand shows and movies. On DIRECTV NOW users can stream from a phone or tablet, or watch in HD on a TV using a compatible device over your home internet. No annual contracts, no hardware.
- AT&T Unlimited Choice customers get unlimited data with a max speed of 3Mbps and SD video streaming (about 480p) on our LTE network.
Want even more entertainment options? AT&T Unlimited PlusSM customers can use their $25 video credit for DIRECTV, DIRECTV NOW or U-verse TV. They also get HBO included and 10GB of high-speed data per line when tethering from a smartphone. An AT&T Unlimited Plus wireless single line starts at just $90 a month, after an AutoPay and paperless bill discount.
On both unlimited wireless plans, you get unlimited data, talk and text, and the option to add a tablet or other devices for only $20 more a month. Also, with both plans you can make unlimited calls and use your data when in the U.S., Canada or Mexico, and send unlimited texts from the U.S. to over 120 countries.
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