AT&T is making major changes to the pricing of DirecTV Now, with the streaming television service going up in price by $10 per month for new and existing customers starting in April, while at the same time cutting down the number of available packages for new customers.
Despite AT&T stating June 8 was the last day to snap up a free 32GB Apple TV 4K with three months of prepaid DirecTV Now service, the wireless giant has gone ahead and extended the deal. With plans as low as $35 per month, you can get the Apple TV 4K and three months of streaming content for just $105.
After extending the promotion for several months, May 31 may be your last chance to pick up a free Apple TV 4K with three months of prepaid DirecTV Now service. Plans start at $35 per month, making the 32GB Apple TV 4K with service as low as $105.
Snap up the lowest prices available on Mid 2017 MacBook Pros for two days only with discounts of up to $350 off, plus no tax on many models in most states. Bargain hunters can also save up to $1,100 on Late 2016 systems with premium upgrades. Or opt for a free Apple TV 4K with three months of DirecTV Now service.
In another salvo in the battle for the nation's cord cutters, AT&T will launch AT&T Watch soon, one of the least expensive bundles available that will directly compete with its own DirecTV Now service.
Readers this week can exclusively save $300 on Apple's Mid 2017 13" MacBook Pro with Touch Bar (3.1GHz, 16GB, 512GB), now $1,899 with coupon. The popular free Apple TV 4K with 3 months of DirecTV Now promo also ends this week — and eBay just launched a 15% off coupon valid on a variety of tech items.
AT&T on Monday announced a new deal with CBS that will bring streaming and on-demand content from a number of popular networks to DirecTV Now, including CBS News, CBS Sports Network, The CW, Pop and Showtime.
AT&T's DirecTV Now has started to warn users of its Internet TV service that it will stop supporting Safari on Mac for streaming video at the end of June, with subscribers advised to switch to Google Chrome if they want to continue streaming through a browser on the Mac desktop.
Hulu has launched its rumored "Hulu with Live TV" service with an app debuting on the iOS App Store, offering live streaming access to major television networks — but similar to the early DirecTV launch, the service is labeled as beta.