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While some cable companies are cutting back on in-home installations and support appointments, AT&T has a solution. AT&T TV service can be self-installed, no satellite installations or in-home appointments necessary.
To use A&T TV, users will need a high-speed Internet connection recommended at 8 Mbps per stream for optimal viewing, with a limit of 3 concurrent AT&T streams. Connecting will also require a small, lightweight set-top box. Here’s how to get started. Just unbox the device, plug it in, remove the remote tab, and turn on the TV. On-screen prompts take new users through the setup process.
Looking for help in setting up the device and getting connected? This video from A&T will walk you through the process.
Once connected, AT&T TV users have access to live TV and on demand content and can record content with 500 hours of Cloud DVR storage included. (Recordings expire after 90 days. Restrictions apply.) With the included voice remote, Google Assistant makes it easy to find, launch, and control content. AT&T TV users can download the app on phones and tablets to watch anytime, anywhere. Google is a trademark of Google LLC.
The AT&T TV set-top box serves as a streaming device, allowing users to download their favorite apps for music, movies, and games from the Google Play Store, keeping content on one device, allowing for quick navigation with the voice remote. Google Play is a trademark of Google LLC.
AT&T TV packages start at $49.99/month for 12 months, plus taxes, with a 24 month commitment. Monthly prices go up in year two. There are several packages with additional channels available, along with bundle deals to combine AT&T TV with AT&T internet.
For more information and to sign up, visit the AT&T TV website.
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