AT&T TV NOW’s lost subscriber trend continued in the third quarter of 2020.
AT&T TV NOW continues to lose subscribers with a 68,000 drop in the second quarter.
If you were previously only paying $5 for HBO, it’s worth checking your bill.
The AT&T TV and AT&T TV NOW channel is once again available to download on Roku devices.
Even though many are at home and turning to streaming services, they are still leaving AT&T TV NOW.
Nothing is ever straightforward with AT&T and its recent AT&T TV NOW price drop is a prime example.
As is often the case with AT&T, the price drop is not just as simple as cheaper prices.
The options are not great, but they are still options.
Less cutting and more extending the cord for another two years.
Now that AT&T TV is here, AT&T doesn’t really want you ordering U-verse.
Following AT&T’s fourth quarter results, the company confirmed its heaviest losses are still to come as it closes the chapter on low-value subscribers.
AT&T TV NOW’s latest quarterly results are in and there’s no change overall with even more subscribers leaving the service.
As long as you’re paying a minimum of $65 per month.
Update Jan 5: AT&T and Hearst have reached an agreement bringing an end to a local affiliate blackout that affected subscribers to each of AT&T’s video services, including AT&T TV NOW.
Roku TV and Roku player users are no longer able to add the AT&T TV channel to their device. Considering AT&T TV and AT&T TV NOW are both added to Roku devices through the same channel, this affects subscribers to both services equally.
AT&T’s modern take on delivering ads when a viewer hits the pause button is getting closer. It has long been understood that AT&T was working on a feature that showed ads once a user had paused video and and now these ads are reportedly already been sold to advertisers.
Today, AT&T TV NOW prices increased for the second time in 2019. The latest increase adds $15 to the base plan.
At one time, the Go Big Plan from DIRECTV NOW was the best deal in town. Is it still worth the subscription?
One service is in decline while the other is on the rise, but which is best for channels?
Going to give AT&T TV NOW a try? First off, you need to decide between the Plus and Max plans.