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AT&T Plans to Offer DirecTV to Most Connected Devices

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Mar 1, 2016, 2:59 PM   by Eric M. Zeman

AT&T today said it will allow anyone to stream DirecTV content to the device of their choice, including smartphones, tablets, PCs, and smart TVs, beginning later this year. AT&T said each of the three planned services with permit several simultaneous sessions and won't ask consumers to sign contracts or purchase additional equipment. The first option is called DirecTV Now and will come with a range of content packages for wired and wireless internet devices. The DirecTV Mobile option targets smartphones and tablets and will work on most mobile devices no matter the wireless network. Consumers will simply need to download an app, sign in, and start watching. These two options will require monthly fees. The third viewing package, called DirecTV Preview, will be ad-based and offer a more limited selection of content. AT&T didn't spell out how much the DirecTV video services will cost, but said it plans to launch during the fourth quarter of the year. DirecTV's existing, satellite-based television subscription services will remain intact.


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