AT&T Is Surveying DIRECTV NOW Users About Improvements to The Service




Channel Surfing Man

Channel Surfing ManAT&T wants to know what you think of its DIRECTV NOW service. Recently AT&T’s Research Team sent out surveys to random DIRECTV NOW subscribers (and subscribers of its other services) looking for feedback on how to improve the services.

This is not unusual for a service such as DIRECTV NOW because many of them do it, but it is still nice to see AT&T taking feedback from its subscribers. But this survey seems to be asking mostly if their technical problems have been fixed according to some of our readers.

Over the last few months, AT&T has poured a lot of work into its DIRECTV NOW service to improve its stability. Now it seems AT&T wants to know if its DIRECTV NOW subscribers are seeing the improvements it has worked so hard to roll out.

So have you seen any improvements in DIRECTV NOW? If you received this survey what would you say about the stability of the service and the improvements you have seen since the launch of DIRECTV NOW back in late 2016?

If you are a DIRECTV NOW subscriber you may want to check your email and spam to see if you received this survey. The emails seem almost at random so you may or may not have received one.

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