AT&T Introduces New TV Wireless Service Enabling Users to Watch TV on Mobile Devices

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If users are looking to combine their TV and wireless phone bills into one to save money, AT&T has that option for you. Now AT&T introduces New TV Wireless Service and 10GB of shareable data, which starts at only $200 per month.

It has been only 10 days since AT&T acquired DirecTV for whooping $48.5 billion. According to AT&T, it is now selling services of DirecTV in more than 2,000 company retail stores countrywide. With the acquisition AT&T has become the largest pay TV provider in the United States and the world with nearly 55 million subscribers in the Caribbean, Latin America, and the United States.

Now, the telecom giant hopes to attract subscribers as AT&T introduces New TV Wireless Service, which will let the users to start watching TV on their phone even before they walk out the door. The company reps will help users to set up the DirecTV app, which will provide complete access to the provider’s programming prior to getting the service installed at home.

AT&T Introduces New TV Wireless Service and the offer will include DVR and HD service for up to four TV receivers, AT&T’s U-verse or DirecTV where it is available, unlimited texting and talking for four wireless lines and up to 10GB of wireless data for $200 per month for basic video services for new U-Verse or DirecTV customers.

Brad Bentley, Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer of AT&T Entertainment and Internet Services, said in a statement:

“Today is the first of many planned moves to enable our customers to enjoy a premium entertainment experience almost anywhere. We’re going to deliver more TV and entertainment choices to more screens – when and where our customers want it. And we’ll offer incredible value with more flexibility and convenience through our integrated packages that deliver a great experience.”

AT&T introduces New TV Wireless Service, which will be launched on August 10 and it is the first ever countrywide packages of TV and wireless services offered by the same company following the recent acquisition of DirecTV.

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