AT&T TV Now starts at $50 per month for 45+ channels. It’s the only package on the market to include HBO as a core channel without an add-on. You can stream this service on 2 devices at once for no additional charge, so you may want to explore what devices it works with. Here’s a complete list of AT&T TV Now’s supported devices.

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What Devices Work with AT&T TV Now?

You can use the AT&T TV Now with all of the following devices:

  • TV streaming media players: Apple TV (4th gen and up, 5th gen and up for 4K), Amazon Fire TV (2nd gen and up, 1st gen for Cube), Chromecast (2nd gen and up), Roku (most models)
  • Smart TVs: Samsung TV (2017 and 2018 models), Android TV (4.4 and up), Roku TV (7000X), Mi TV, Amazon Fire TV Edition smart TV (2nd gen and up), Chromecast Built-in TV
  • Mobile devices and tablets: Android (5.0 and up),  iOS (10 and up), Amazon Fire (tablets)
  • Desktop browsers: Chrome and Safari recommended

Can I Use AT&T TV Now on Other Devices?

AT&T TV Now is mostly limited to the devices listed above or on its websites. However, you may be able to get it working on older operating systems or software versions, or on other web browsers beyond Chrome and Safari. Note, however, that attempting to operate the software on unrecommended devices may result in poor or limited performance.

Why Use AT&T TV Now?

AT&T TV Now has a rather large, but somewhat expensive streaming package. Starting at $50 per month for 45+ channels, it’s one of the pricier options you can consider. However, if you’re looking to add HBO as an add-on channel to internet TV service, AT&T TV Now may be a good option to consider. You’ll also get two simultaneous streams per account, a 72-hour rewind feature, and a 20-hour cloud DVR. AT&T TV Now offers a 7-day free trial to new subscribers.  

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