AT&T is giving a 2019-2020 NBA League Pass Premium subscription to customers who switch to AT&T TV.
Beginning on December 12, the deal will be available to each of the 13 markets where AT&T TV is currently available: Orange/Riverside, California; Topeka, Kansas; Wichita, Kansas; El Paso, Texas; Odessa, Texas; Corpus Christi, Texas; St. Louis, Missouri; Springfield, Missouri; West Palm Beach, Florida; the Miami designated market area; Minneapolis; Seattle; and New York City.
The deal also includes AT&T airing more than 20 NBA games in 4K HDR, beginning November 26 with the LA Clippers vs. Dallas Mavericks.
AT&T will also be giving the 2019-2020 NBA League Pass to DirecTV customers who choose the “Choice” package or any higher tier options, and to U-Verse customers who choose the U-300 package or higher tier options.
With the deal, customers can watch live NBA League Pass games on computers, tablets, phones, and connected TVs at no additional charge. NBA League Pass includes 40 out of market games every week, all in HD, across all devices.
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