DIRECTV + DIRECTV STREAM: What to Know

DIRECTV + DIRECTV STREAM: What to Know

Can’t decide whether to kiss cable goodbye for good? DIRECTV will make this easy for you.

The award-winning satellite service gives you all the channels you love, plus the most live sports in 4K HDR, at a much more affordable rate. It offers entertainment packages starting as low as $64.99/month and guarantees 99% signal reliability—answering perhaps everyone’s biggest worry about satellite TV.

Football junkies will get access to NFL Sunday Ticket once they purchase the Choice, Ultimate or Premier DIRECTV plan. That means they’ll watch live, out-of-market games on the big screen or any mobile device every Sunday afternoon at no additional charge—all thanks to DIRECTV!

The award-winning satellite service gives you all the channels you love, plus the most live sports in 4K HDR, at a much more affordable rate.

What if being beholden to an annual contract isn’t what you want? DIRECTV's newest DIRECTV STREAM platform (formerly AT&T TV) provides no term commitment and no hidden fees that other services try to sneak into your bills and hope you don’t notice. In actuality, you can cut ties with the platform whenever you want—but we have a feeling you won’t!

You’ll have your pick of four streaming packages, and you can stream with your own compatible device (i.e., Roku, Fire TV Stick, Chromecast, Apple TV 4K).

However, there is an exclusive DIRECTV STREAM device available for anyone who doesn’t mind paying a little extra for quality. It comes with 7,000+ third-party apps and a voice remote that does a lot more than turn your TV on. You can also put your money toward signing up for unlimited Cloud DVR storage for $10/month plus tax. The choice is yours.

For more information on these options, visit our DIRECTV STREAM page or DIRECTV.com. And don't forget to activate $150 cash back when you're ready to shop.

 

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Comments
spaterSep 27 21 - 03:02 Can you give more information on the current rebate structure. Where is the fine print to describe what is necessary for max rebate?