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AT&T is Ending DIRECTV NOW’s $15 Credit For Unlimited Wireless Customers

Recently AT&T announced that they are dropping their $15 discount for AT&T Unlimited Customers. Currently if you signup for an AT&T Unlimited plan you can get $15 off DIRECTV NOW plan. Now according to AT&T’s support page on the deal, it states that this deal will come to an end on November 15th 2018. The good news is it looks like current customers will get to keep the $15 discount only new customers will not be able to get the $15 credit.

Under Eligibility Info on the support page AT&T says:

This offer ends on November 15, 2018. To be eligible for the TV loyalty credit, make sure you have:

  • One of the following:

    • An AT&T Unlimited &MoreSMPremium, AT&T Unlimited PlusSM, or AT&T Unlimited Plus EnhancedSMplan and DIRECTV®, DIRECTV NOWSM, or U-verse TV®.1
    • An AT&T Unlimited &MoreSM, AT&T Unlimited ChoiceSM, or AT&T Unlimited Choice EnhancedSMplan and DIRECTV NOW.
  • Wireless and qualifying TV service that are both active and in good standing.

  • Matching wireless and TV billing addresses or matching wireless billing and TV service addresses.

Cord Cutters News has reached out to AT&T to confirm if this is just for new customers or if current customers will be losing their $15 discount.  AT&T has yet to reply to our email confirming what will happen for current subscribers. With that said there is hope that this deal will continue for current subscribers as the legal details of the deal says “Video loyalty credit: Offer ends November 15, 2018. Must have both eligible services ordered on or before the promo ends to get the $15 per month credit”

Are you a subscriber that gets this credit? Leave us a comment and let us know if AT&T has contacted you about the future of your discount.

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