DIRECTV NOW May Include 20 Hours of FREE DVR




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Yesterday we reported how DIRECTV NOW had updated their billing system adding a line for DVR cost. Now AT&T has updated their website with new details about their DVR service.

According to the new DIRECTV NOW website, AT&T promotes 20 hours of DVR as being apart of the standard DIRECTV NOW bundle. This leads many to believe that you will get 20 hours of DVR for free and 100 hours for an extra fee.

This will line up nicely with how DIRECTV NOW has been beta testing the new DVR. At first, beta testers received 100 hours of free storage. Later in the test, the number of hours went down to just 20.

Here is what it looks like on the new DIRECTV NOW website:

As best we can tell looking at the new website DIRECTV NOW will offer a limited DVR included with your subscription. From the looks of the new website that will likely be the 20 hours new beta testers are currently getting.

How much the extra storage will cost is still up in the air. We will have to wait and see what DIRECTV NOW does. Though now that they have updated their website to promote the DVR it is likely on time for their spring 2018 launch.

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