AT&T is discontinuing its TV Now service. Reports, however, say that existing customers are still able to access the service.
Back in 2018, AT&T offered TV Now service to its subscribers for $55/month. The reason why they decided not to continue offering the service is so they could bring “more value and simplicity” with the merger of two streaming services.
This is in reference to the new AT&T TV service that the wireless carrier is offering as a replacement of the TV Now service. Unfortunately, this new service starts at $70 with over 65 channels. The highest tier is priced $95 and comes with over 130 channels.
With the announcement, AT&T removed their annual contract requirement for AT&T TV. They have now started to allow subscribers to use third-party devices like a Roku or an Apple TV. Despite not making sign ups available to new subscribers, existing customers still have access to TV Now.
But AT&T shares that existing customers will not need to pay more for the new service. AT&T’s senior VP of marketing, Vince Torres, shares that existing AT&T TV Now customers “will not experience any disruptions as part of this change.”
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