Early Wednesday, DirecTV Now announced it has an online look up tool where customers can find out what local and Sports Networks they can get in their area. To see it, click here.
Streaming service DirecTV Now sent an email to customers notifying them about a new “DVR Service.” The service allows a customer to replay any show for a 72 hour time period. The replay of a show is indicated by a special icon that will show on the service’s TV Guide. Selecting the icon will bring up the new feature.
AT&T’s DirecTV Now has started to warn users of its Internet TV service that it will stop supporting Safari on Mac for streaming video at the end of June, with subscribers advised to switch to Google Chrome if they want to continue streaming through a browser on the Mac desktop. DirecTV Now notice to Safari users.
(CordCuttersNews.com): AT&T has announced new deals for DIRECTV NOW subscribers to make DIRECTV NOW a even better deal. If you have AT&T Unlimited Plus or Choice you can use their $25 video credit off DIRECTV NOW. You will also get HBO free with your AT&T Unlimited Plus subscription. (The $25 credit was previously only available to AT&T Unlimited Plus customers.) That means starting today AT&T Unlimited Choice customers who subscribe to DIRECTV NOW can get both for just $70 a month.“Customers shouldn’t settle for plain-old unlimited plans. With us, they can stream at least 60 live channels, as well as on-demand, premium channels, popular shows, and hit movies Click Here to Read more
Announced via their Twitter Feed, Roku has posted that an early version of DirecTV Now is available for their streaming media devices. “AT&T’s video streaming service, DIRECTV NOW, which offers live sports, on demand, premium channels, popular shows, and hit movies – is now available on select devices: Roku TV 4K models, the Roku Ultra, Roku Premiere+, Roku Premiere, Roku Express, Roku Express+, Roku Streaming Stick (model 3600R), Roku 4, Roku 3 and Roku 2 (model 4210). We will continue to work with AT&T to add support for more Roku devices in the future.” For more information, click here.