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DirecTV Stream Adds Get TV And Daystar To Channel Lineup

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DirecTV Stream has now added Get TV and Daystar to its channel lineup. The DirecTV Stream website has yet to be updated to reflect the new channel additions so it remains to be seen which plans the channels are now available with.

Generally speaking, early indications point to Daystar having been added to all of DirecTV Stream’s plans, including Entertainment, which is currently the cheapest live TV package that the company offers.

Get TV, however, currently appears to require a minimum of DirecTV’s Choice plan, currently priced at $99.99 per month.

Although we are still waiting on firm confirmation for plan compatibility for both channels, DirecTV Stream subscribers can check for themselves to see if their live TV package now includes either one. According to Get TV’s Tweet confirming the news, the Sony-owned channel is now available on channel #83.

For those more interested in checking out Daystar, the faith-based network is now available on channel #369 through DirecTV Stream.

For those new to DirecTV Stream, plans start at $74.99 per month and go as high as $154.99, before any taxes or add-ons. Right now, the company is running a promotion which reduces the cost of a live TV plan by $120 per year ($10 per month) when signing up to any live TV package and getting the company’s DirecTV Stream Device.

The DirecTV Stream Device is a streaming player that’s built specifically with DirecTV Stream in mind. However, DirecTV Stream is also available to download on a variety of other smart TVs and streaming players, for those that already have their own device set up and ready to go.

John Finn

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1 response to “DirecTV Stream Adds Get TV And Daystar To Channel Lineup”

  1. Start these new channels and have to include constant ads about insurances. These insurances are life insurance, care insurance and tons about car repair insurance, discussing. TURN OFF THE ADVERTISEMENT.

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