The launch of AT&T’s new streaming service, DirecTV Now, has opened another chance for football fans, who are planning to cut the cord. This latest streaming platform will allow customers to access and watch their favorite football games without subscribing to a traditional cable or satellite service.
Customers should realize the fact that they do not need a DirecTV subscription in order to subscribe to DirecTV Now because it is an entirely separate service. DirecTV Now is actually a standalone streaming service, which can be watched on your tablet, computer, smartphone, Apple TV, or Amazon Fire TV.
Another major highlight of this service is that DirecTV Now is offering plenty of attractive offers to customers in order to attract them towards this latest venture. For instance, AT&T is offering a free 7-day trial to customers currently. This will enable you to know more about the streaming service and it will certainly give you an insight on how this streaming service actually works.
The basic package offered by DirecTV Now, which is called as “Live a little”, is available to subscribers at just $35 a month. Customers, who have subscribed to this plan, will be able access soccer related channels such as Galavision, Telemundo, Univision, CNBC, FS1, ESPN2, ESPN, NBC, and FOX in the package. However, DirecTV Now has restricted the coverage of FOX and NBC to selected markets in all packages.
The second package from DirecTV Now, “Just Right”, can be purchased for just $50 per month. This package offers soccer related channels such as YES, UniMas, NBCSN, Fox Sports Net, Galavision, Telemundo, Univision, CNBC, FS1, ESPN2, ESPN, NBC, and FOX.
The “Go big” plan from DirecTV actually costs $50 a month, but it is currently available to subscribers at just $35 per month, under a special promotional deal. The soccer related channels available in this package are FS2, YES, UniMas, NBCSN, FOX Sports Net, Galavision, Telemundo, Univision, CNBC, FS1, ESPN2, ESPN, FOX, and NBC.
“Gotta have it” is the last package offered by DirecTV Now and it can be purchased for just $100 a month. DirecTV Now customers, who are currently under this package can access soccer related channels like Univision Deportes, FS2, YES, UniMas, NCBSN, FOX Sports Net, Galavision, Telemundo, Univision, CNBC, FS1, ESPN2, ESPN, NBC, and FOX.