• AT&T kills off the failed TV service formerly known as DirecTV Now

    6 days ago - By Ars Technica

    Enlarge / AT&T corporate offices on November 10, 2020, in El Segundo, California. (credit: Getty Images | AaronP/Bauer-Griffin )
    AT&T is killing off the online-video service formerly known as DirecTV Now and introducing a no-contract option for the newer online service that replaced it.
    AT&T unveiled DirecTV Now late in 2016, the year after AT&T bought the DirecTV satellite company. Prices originally started at $35 a month for the live-TV online service, and it had signed up 1.86 million subscribers by Q3 2018. But customers quickly fled as AT&T repeatedly raised prices and cut down on the...
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