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DirecTV Now Will NOT Have Skinny Bundles

DirecTV Now is AT&T’s plan to take on Sling TV and PlayStation Vue. Yet it seems AT&T is going to take a very different approach to their DirecTV Now service. DirecTV Now will offer more than 100 channels of live and on demand programming, targeted at younger viewers. But at the Next TV Summit here […]

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DirecTV’s New Live Streaming Service is Coming Soon

It has been almost a year since we first learned that AT&T planned to use the DirecTV brand to launch a new live TV online streaming service. Now, in a recent conference call with investors, CEO Randall Stephenson said that he has teased the new service and it would include more than 100 premium channels […]

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AT&T Says Good-Bye to U-Verse

In a move that may be a surprise to some, AT&T is eliminating the U-Verse brand. This move is not a surprise, because AT&T had already announced their plans to move U-verse TV customers to DirecTV. “To make it simpler for our customers, AT&T U-verse High Speed Internet service and U-verse Voice services have new […]

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AT&T U-verse Is Dropping Data Caps for Some Users

AT&T has long been known as one of the strictest ISPs when it comes to data caps on both their DSL service and U-verse Internet services. Now because Charter and Time Warner do not have data caps and Comcast is raising theirs to 1TB—not to mention new ISPs, such as Google Fiber, coming to new […]

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AT&T Makes Changes to Their Data Caps

In what is probably a surprise to no one, AT&T is changing their data cap policy in response to recent changes at Comcast. If you have DSL, sorry, you are still stuck at 150GB a month—a painfully low cap; however, if you have AT&T Uverse Internet you now have a new rate. If you have […]

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DirecTV Plans to Take on Sling TV

DirecTV and Dish have long been battling it out over subscribers as the two largest satellite TV services. Now they plan to fight it out on a new battlefield: online video streaming. According to the Wall Street Journal DirecTV announced they plan to launch a new streaming service in the fourth quarter of 2016. The […]

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AT&T Puts Up $500 Million To Create Netflix Competitor

AT&T and The Chernin Group announced today that they are creating a join endeavor with a $500 million dollar investment to create a video streaming service similar to Netflix. In their announcement they point to the cord cutting movement as one of the main reason behind this move. This move will a services along side […]

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