AT&T TV offers both live & streaming services. Suddenlink provides information on the channels. programs, pricing the service offers. Learn More!
What is AT&T TV?
AT&T TV is a live streaming service featuring on-demand programs, regional sports networks and 20 hours of Cloud DVR service. The more premium memberships even offer HBO Max, STARZ and SHOWTIME.
The simplicity of the service is admirable, as it requires no contracts and has no hidden fees. Furthermore, signing up is easy, since you can do so on your phone, tablet or TV and start streaming immediately.
How much does AT&T TV cost?
AT&T TV has various tiers that you can opt-in for
ENTERTAINMENT Package: $69.99 per/ month plus tax. Includes channels like ESPN, TNT, Nickelodeon and HGTV.
CHOICE Package: $84.99 per/ month. Includes one year of HBO Max but you will be charged after the first year an additional $14.99 per/ month (unless otherwise stated) until you cancel.
ULTIMATE Package: $94.99 per/month. Offers 130+ channels, as well as one year of HBO Max free.
PREMIER Package: $139.99/month. Included 140+ channels, HBO Max, SHOWTIME, and others.
AT&T TV packages come with with twenty hours of Cloud DVR storage, but you can upgrade to unlimited storage for an additional $10 per/ month.
Does AT&T TV offer any discounts or specials?
At the moment, AT&T does not offer any special discounts.
How can I watch AT&T TV?
You can stream AT&T TV with Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV Stick, Roku®, as well as on the following:
AT&T: AT&T TV device
Amazon: Amazon Fire TV (2nd generation or higher), Amazon Fire TV Stick (2nd generation or higher), Amazon Fire TV Edition Smart TV (2nd generation and higher), and Amazon Fire TV Cube
Android: Phones and tablets running version 5.0+ (OS 8+ recommended)
Apple and iOS: Apple TV (4th generation), Apple TV 4K (5th generation), Safari browser (version 13+ is recommended), iPads, iPhones, and iPod Touch running version iOS 11+ (iOS 12+ recommended)
Google: Chrome browser (version 58+, 61 is recommended), Chromecast Built-in TV (select models), Chromecast (2nd generation and newer)
Roku: Roku Streaming Stick® (3500X, 3600X, 3800X) and Streaming Stick+ (3810X, 3811X), Roku Express (3700X, 3900X, 3930X) and Express+ (3710X, 3910X, 3931X), Roku Premiere (3920X, 4620X) and Premiere+ (3921X, 4630X), Roku Ultra (4640X, 4660X, 4661X, 4670X) and Roku LT (2700X), Roku 1 SE (2710X), Roku 2 (2720X, 4210X), Roku 3 (4200X, 4230X), Roku 4 (4400X), Non-4K Roku TV (5000X, 8000X), 4K Roku TV (6000X, 7000X, A000X, C000X, C000GB), Roku Smart Soundbar (9100X)
Samsung: Samsung Smart TV (2017, 2018, 2019, and 2020 models)
What can I watch on AT&T TV?
Mr. Mercedes: Based on the Stephen King novel trilogy, the show follows a retired detective who is taunted by a mysterious stranger about an old, unsolved case.
Condor: Based on the 1974 novel Six Days of the Condor, this show follows an idealistic millennial who joins the CIA with the intention of revamping it
Unprotected Sets: Rising stand-up comics bare their souls about why they chose this career-path.
Is AT&T TV Worth Getting?
AT&T TV is not one of the most diverse nor, affordable live TV streaming services available. It costs more than YouTube TV, Hulu with Live TV, and fuboTV. It’s also more expensive than Philo and Sling, but admittedly offers more channels than both streaming services.
As far as features go, AT&T TV isn’t available on gaming consoles, and the load times are relatively slow for both navigation and playback. With so many competitors on the market, it’s a detriment that subscribers cannot utilize their service on popular gaming devices like Xbox and PlayStation.
Considering the price and lack of features, AT&T TV may not be worth cutting your cable cords for or cancelling your current streaming service for.