DirecTV Stream is currently offering a $10 off deal on all of its main live TV plans, with the discount applying to the first three months.
As part of the rebrand from AT&T TV to DirecTV Stream, the live TV service’s various apps will begin to change over on August 26.
AT&T TV is officially being rebranded as DirecTV Stream following confirmation of the deal between AT&T and TPG having successfully closed.
AT&T is likely to rebrand its AT&T TV live TV streaming service as ‘DirecTV Stream’ with a new logo and “get your TV together” slogan.
DirecTV Now’s ‘Go Big’ plan was one of the best deals around, but channel lineups and live TV prices have changed a lot over the years.
DirecTV Stream has increased its plan prices, but the price increase doesn’t affect all subscribers and the exact amount depends on the plan.
DirecTV Stream and DirecTV are similar services, but differ in multiple key areas, including channels and the need for additional hardware.
DirecTV Stream is designed for use in one home at a time, making it difficult to watch live TV and on-demand content in multiple locations.
DirecTV Stream doesn’t stop subscribers from watching live TV and on-demand videos when away from a home network, but only on certain devices.
Before signing up to a DirecTV Stream plan, it’s worth checking to make sure your existing smart TVs and streaming players are compatible.
DirecTV Stream is now officially live with an updated website and apps, but device support for Android TV users remains unchanged.
AT&T TV looks likely to be rebranded as DirecTV Stream, following the many other name changes the service has gone through over the years.