Now that DIRECTV NOW has become AT&T TV NOW, we’re back with updates to our comparison posts, helping you choose which streaming service is right for you. Today, we’re taking a look at PlayStation Vue and AT&T TV NOW.
Plans & Pricing
PlayStation Vue has a few different plan options to choose from. These are your options when signing up.
AT&T TV NOW also has several options to choose from. The two featured packages are PLUS for $50/month and MAX for $70/month. Looking for extra channels not included with these packages? AT&T TV NOW also offers these options:
Entertainment for $93/month
Choice for $110/month
Xtra for $124/month
Ultimate for $135/month
Optimo Mas for $86/month
For this post, we’ll compare the PlayStation Vue Access plan and the AT&T TV NOW Plus plan, for the closest comparison in number of channels and cost.
Comparing the channels offered by each streaming service will help ensure that you’re choosing the option with the channels you love to watch. Here’s what you’ll get with each of these two services.
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PlayStation Vue will let you watch 5 streams simultaneously. However, you can only watch on 3 away from your home area, including smartphones and tablets.
You can watch AT&T TV NOW content on 2 devices at the same time. You can also add a third screen for $5/month.
Your PlayStation Vue Core subscription comes with “unlimited” Cloud DVR storage that will allow you to record up to 500 programs. Your content will be saved for 28 days.
Cloud DVR is now included with AT&T TV NOW packages. You’ll get 20 hours of recording time, with content stored for up to 30 days.
Which of these two streaming services are you more likely to choose? Let us know in the comments!
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