AT&T Wireless services, in association with Motorola, is working on a Moto Mods program for creating a new add-on device which can be controlled by smartphones. With this, one can cast DirecTV Now service directly to the living room television.
According to an Android Authority, the name of this brand new product would be AT&T mobile TV Cast. However, there is no information regarding its price. Moreover, it is unclear whether there would be a dongle which you can plug into the television or have to make a connection via HDMI or USB.
The seller of base DirecTv Now service i.e. virtual MVPD (Multichannel Video Programming Distributor) at a cost of $35 per month has enabled a service for AT&T wireless subscribers. Utilizing this, customers can stream media without worrying about data limitation.
Recently, AT&T made an announcement regarding its linear pay TV services which loses 390,000 customers within 3 months and DirecTv which picked up new customers around 300,000 in the third quarter.
The teleco have no worries for cannibalization due to the forceful promotion of vMVPD. Lately, it declared providing a free Roku Streaming Stick to those who will make two-months pre-payment for DirecTV Now service.
Furthermore, AT&T has added three more local channels to its services: In Harrisburg-Lancaster, Pennsylvania – NBC station WGAL-TV, in Greensboro-Winston-Salem, North Carolina – NBC affiliate WXII-TV and in New Orleans – NBC local WDSU-TV and Fox affiliate WVUE-TV.
For any kind of problem-related to AT&T Wireless services, a user can contact our professionals by using AT&T help number. Even, customers can dial AT&T phone number to pay bill or to pre-pay for the two-month service of DirecTV Now.