AT&T unveils DirecTV Now streaming service ahead of November 30 launch

AT&T Inc, the largest U.S. TV provider, took the wraps off its new DirecTV Now streaming service on Monday, two days before it enters the online video service market to win subscribers who shun pay-television subscriptions. DirecTV Now will launch at prices ranging from $35 a month for over 60 channels to $70 for over 120 channels, AT&T said. AT&T announced the subscription video service in March, promising on-demand and live programing from many networks over the Internet, similar to Sling TV and PlayStation Vue.

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