AT&T is Shutting Down WatchTV on November 30





AT&T is alerting customers that it is finally shutting down its WatchTV service on November 30. In addition to the end of the streaming service, AT&T will be dropping Spotify from its Unlimited & More Premium plan.

Customers are sharing a text message from AT&T on social media. That message says:

“Hi, it’s AT&T. WatchTV will be going away on Nov 30 along with your paid Spotify subscription on Nov 6. You can contact Spotify directly to sign up to continue service. The good news is we’ve got you covered with HBO Max at no additional charge. To sign up and start streaming HBO Max, visit for more information and options regarding your account.”

AT&T launched WatchTV in the summer of 2018. The service cost just $15 a month and came free with select AT&T Unlimited Wireless plans.

AT&T stopped marketing the service in March 2020 and stopped allowing new signups in June 2020, as the company focused on promoting AT&T TV and HBO Max. Existing customers were able to continue signing into their account and using the service.

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