DIRECTV NOW is Sending Out More DVR Invites Tonight




Did you miss out on the first few rounds of DIRECTV NOW DVR invites? Well, go check your email as AT&T is sending out a massive number of DVR invites today.

If you want to see if you got an invite to the DIRECTV NOW beta make sure to check the email address you gave AT&T and look in your spam to make sure it didn’t end up there.

Here is part of the email that is going out to new beta testers today:

Based on your signup response and app availability, in the next 24 hours you will be provided access to the DIRECTV NOW Beta app for the following device(s):

  • Apple TV (tvOS): You will receive a separate email invitation from ‘TestFlight’ in the next 24 hours.  Once received please visit the beta FAQ for instructions.
  • Amazon Fire TV/Stick: You will receive a follow-up email with further instructions in the upcoming weeks.  You will not have access to the Fire TV beta app at this time – please hang tight!
  • Desktop Web (Chrome and Safari only): For testing on web, please follow these instructions.

Did you get a invite? Leave us a comment and let us know.

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