Last night DIRECTV NOW started to contact users who currently have 100 hours of DVR storage about an upcoming change to their service. According to the email that went out subscribers who received the 100 hour DVR storage during the DIRECTV NOW beta test will be downgraded to 20 hours of storage next week.
Here is the text of the email that went out to DIRECTV NOW subscribers last night:
We couldn’t have done it without you.
Thanks to your help with our beta testing program, DIRECTV NOW is better than ever, with great new features like True Cloud DVR beta*, locals on the go**, and an upgraded interface.
As part of the beta testing program, you had access to 100 hours of DVR storage. Since the program has ended, on August 29th your storage will transition to 20 free hours of True Cloud DVR beta, which is included with your service. So make sure to stream all the good stuff you love now. And don’t worry – the most recent 20 hours of content will remain on your DVR, as long as it is less than 30 days old.
Keep on streaming and enjoying all of your favorite content, with access to third-party apps, and 40,000+ titles** on Video On Demand.
So does this mean the 100 hour of DVR storage is almost here as an add-on? For now, we will have to wait and see what AT&T does next.
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