In this day and age, there are more ways to watch live TV than ever before. One popular option is AT&T TV NOW, the service formerly known as DIRECTV NOW. This service lets subscribers watch TV from many of their favorite channels, without a cable subscription. There are many different plans on the service, so this article will go over the AT&T TV NOW packages available.
We’ll start with an overview of the AT&T TV NOW plans, and then move on to the full AT&T TV NOW channel list. Keep reading to learn more!
AT&T TV NOW Basics
Before we dive into the details of the plans on AT&T TV NOW, let’s discuss the principle basics of the service:
- AT&T TV NOW is an online streaming service
- It lets you watch live TV without a cable subscription
- Plans start from $65 per month
- You can get anywhere from 45 to 125+ channels to enjoy live
- There’s no contract, so you can cancel at any time
- You can use the service on all your favorite devices
- Watch at home or while on-the-go
- There’s a free 7-day trial for new members
For full details, read through our AT&T TV NOW review. For more details on the AT&T TV NOW plans, keep reading this article.
AT&T TV NOW Packages: Overview
AT&T TV NOW offers several different plans to choose from. There are two primary packages, plus 4 older, more expensive plans, and one Spanish-language package. Here’s a quick overview:
Plus Package – 45+ Channels – $65/month – The Plus package is AT&T TV NOW’s base plan, and also their cheapest. It includes 45+ channels, covering sports, news and entertainment. It also includes HBO at no additional cost.
MAX Package – 60+ Channels – $80/month – The MAX package offers everything in the Plus package, with the addition of more sports channels, plus HBO and Cinemax. For sports fans, this one is worth the upgrade over Plus.
AT&T TV NOW has 5 other packages that they somewhat hide from view, but that are still available for new signups. These are left over from a previous version of the service, and are pretty similar to offerings from DIRECTV. Their prices are quite high, but the channel selection is excellent.
Entertainment Package – 65+ Channels – $93/month
Choice Package – 85+ Channels – $110/month
Xtra Package – 105+ channels – $124/month
Ultimate Package – 125+ channels – $135/month
Optimo Mas – 90+ Channels (Spanish Language Focus) – $86/month
Now that you’ve got a brief overview of the AT&T TV NOW Channels, let’s move on to the full AT&T TV NOW channels list.
AT&T TV NOW Channels List
Below, you can find full details of the entire AT&T TV NOW channel list for each of the packages they offer. Keep in mind that the local channels you get will depend on the area you live. You can confirm channel availability during the signup process. With that said, let’s take a closer look at the AT&T TV NOW plans.
Number of Channels: 60+
Highlights: This is the base package for this service, and comes at the lowest cost per month. It offers a pretty solid mix of entertainment, sports, news and more – and it even includes HBO (on demand and live).
Channel List: HBO, local channels, HBO Family, HBO Latino, ABC, Accuweather, Audience, BET, Boomerang, Bravo, Cartoon Network, CBS, Cheddar, CNBC, CNBC World, CNN, Comedy Central, The CW, Disney Channel, Disney Junior, Disney XD, E!, ESPN, ESPN2, FOX, FOX Business, FOX News, FS1, Freeform, FX, FXM, FXX, Hallmark Channel, HLN, MSNBC, MTV, My Network TV, National Geographic, Nat Geo Wild, NBC, NBCSN, Nickelodeon, NickJr, Ovation, Oxygen, Revolt, SyFy, TBS, TCM, Telemundo, TNT, TruTV, Universal Kids, USA, and VH1.
Number of Channels: 60+
Highlights: This package takes the selection from the previous Plus package and adds additional sports networks like BTN and several additional ESPN networks, plus Cinemax.
Channel List: HBO, Cinemax, local channels, HBO Family, HBO Latino, ABC, Accuweather, Audience, BET, Boomerang, Bravo, BTN, Cartoon Network, CBS, CBS Sports Network, Cheddar, CMT, CNBC, CNBC World, CNN, Comedy Central, The CW, Disney Channel, Disney Junior, Disney XD, E!, ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNEWS, ESPNU, FOX, FOX Business, FOX News, FS1, FS2, Freeform, FX, FXM, FXX, Golf, Hallmark Channel, HLN, Longhorn Network, MSG, MSG+, MSNBC, MTV, My Network TV, National Geographic, Nat Geo Wild, NBC, NBCSN, Nickelodeon, NickJr, Olympic Channel, Ovation, Oxygen, Paramount Network, Revolt, SEC Network, SyFy, TBS, TCM, Telemundo, TNT, TruTV, TV Land, Universal Kids, USA, VH1 and YES Network.
Number of Channels: 65+
Highlights: This AT&T TV NOW package offers a broad selection of channels, covering sports, news and entertainment for the whole family. The price is rather high for the number of channels, however.
Channel List: A&E, ABC (select markets), AccuWeather, AMC, Animal Planet, Audience, AXS TV, Baby First, BBC America, BET, Bloomberg TV, Bravo, C-SPAN, C-SPAN 2, Cartoon Network/Adult Swim, CBS (select markets) CMT, CNBC, CNN, Comedy Central, The CW (select markets), Discovery Channel, Disney Channel, Disney Junior, Disney XD, E!, ESPN, ESPN 2, Food Network, Fox (select areas), Fox Business, Fox News, Fox Sports 1, Freeform, FX, FXX, Galavision, Hallmark, Hallmark Movies & Mysteries, HGTV, History, HLN, Investigation Discovery, Lifetime, MSNBC, MTV, MTV2, National Geographic, NBC (select areas), NBCSN, Nick Jr., Nickelodeon, One America News, Ovation, Paramount, Reelz Channel, RFD TV, Syfy, TBS, TCM, Teen Nick, Telemundo, TLC, TNT, truTV, TV Land, Univision, USA Network, Velocity HD, VH1, Viceland, and WE tv
Number of Channels: 85+
Highlights: The Choice package builds on the success of the Entertainment plant, expanding the selection with a focus on sports (ESPNEWS, NFL Network, MLB Network, etc.) and entertainment (OWN, SCI, Sundance TV, etc.)
Channel List: Everything that’s included in the Entertainment package (with the exception of Ovation and Hallmark Movies, which are not included in this plan), plus lots more new channels like regional sports networks, AWE, BTN, CNBC World, Comedy.TV, Cooking Channel, ESPNEWS, ESPNU, Fuse, Fusion, GSN, IFC, JusticeCentral, MLB Network, NFL Network, Nicktoons, OWN, POP, Science, SEC Network, Sundance TV, Tennis Channel, Travel Channel, TV ONE, UniMas, UP and The Weather Channel.
Number of Channels: 105+
Highlights: The XTRA Package presents a great choice for those who want a great selection, and are willing to pay for it. There’s certainly no shortage of things to watch with 105+ channels!
Channel List: Everything that’s included in the Choice and Entertainment packages, plus great networks like American Heroes, Aspire, BBC World News, BET HER, CBS Sports Network, Destination America, Discovery Family, Discovery Life, DIY, FM, Fox Sports 2, FXM, FYI, Golf Channel, Lifetime Movie Network, LOGO, MTV Classic, Nat Geo Wild, NBA TV, NHL Network, Olympic Channel, Oxygen, Revolt, Sportsman Channel, TVG, Universal Kids, and NBC Universo.
Number of Channels: 125+
Highlights: This package offers every channel listed above, plus premium networks like STARZ and El Rey. Unless you specifically want these certain channels, this package is a bit overpriced.
Channel List: Includes everything from the previous three packages, plus networks like Boomerang, El Rey, Starz Encore (a total of 8 STARZ channels), and Univision Deportes.
That’s the whole scoop on AT&T TV NOW packages! However, do remember that this information may change as the service continues to evolve. AT&T has revamped this service several times, so it wouldn’t surprise us if new tweaks keep coming. The most recent change was a significant price hike on several packages, with no new channels added. Hopefully AT&T is done raising prices on this service for the foreseeable future!
As you can see, AT&T TV NOW has many plans to choose from. The right one for you really depends on what you like to watch and which channels you want access to – as well as your budget.
Unfortunately, this service has become quite expensive, so many of the packages don’t offer nearly as much value as they used to. Even so, factors like the inclusion of HBO and other premium channels in some packages do help to justify the cost.
Remember, if you’re new to the service, you can test things out with a free 7-day trial!
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