Since its launch in 2019, AT&T TV has given subscribers access to hours of on-demand and live content. The service has a simple interface, voice control remote, and DVR storage.
As more people cut the cord, we expect services like AT&T TV to be in high demand. Because of this, there are a couple of things you should know if you are planning to get AT&T TV. For starters, here are eight devices you can watch AT&T TV on.
- Amazon Fire TV
- Apple TV
- Android Phone/ Tablet
- Android TV
- Google Chromecast
- Samsung Smart TV
What devices aren’t compatible
Currently, most gaming consoles do not allow you to stream AT&T TV. It’s important to remember that setting up AT&T TV requires a console box that hooks up to your device. The hardware present in PlayStation, Xbox, and Nintendo systems is not compatible with this console box and you cannot watch AT&T TV on these devices as a result. Additionally, you cannot watch AT&T TV on VIZIO Smart TVs and LG Smart TVs.
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