Last week AT&T officially announced their AT&T Watch TV service. This new sports free streaming service will include 30+ channels for $15 or free if you have an AT&T Unlimited & More plan. AT&T did say it would launch this week but details of the standalone $15 a month service would come at a later date.
Now we may have some new details about AT&T Watch leaking out. Now some of this comes from AT&T chat support so it could always be wrong but Cord Cutters News has been able to confirm some of it through our own sources.
- iOS 10 or Higher
- Android 5.0 or Higher
- Apple TV 4th Generation or Higher
- Chromcast (2nd Generation Only)
- Chrome Web Browser Version 59 or Higher
- Safari Web Browser Version 10 or Higher
Noticeable not listed and not even mentioned as coming soon is Roku and the Fire TV. Well AT&T Watch TV is said to be built on DIRECTV NOW’s app it looks like AT&T will have a second standalone version of the app not currently live on all devices. Hopefully, AT&T will soon roll out support for Roku and the Fire TV.
How to Sign Up:
According to AT&T Chat if you have a supported AT&T Wireless plan you will be able to go over to ATTWatchTV.com and link your accounts by visiting ATTWatchTV.com/Verify. Right now ATTWatchTV.com just goes to a login page exactly what happened with DIRECTVNOW.com before DIRECTV NOW launched. Cord Cutters News can confirm that AT&T does now ATTWatchTV.com and registered it all the ways back on September 28th, 2017.
We can confirm it will be launching this week and could be as soon as today.
As always things can change I would expect AT&T Watch TV to support Roku and the Fire TV soon but for not it looks like at launch they won’t be supported. Want to see the screenshots of the AT&T support chat that started this? You can find them in our Facebook Group HERE.
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