AT&T Watch TV is a skinny bundle service in the same model as Philo. You don’t get local channels or sports channels, but that means you don’t pay a lot for the service. AT&T created Watch TV primarily as a benefit for its wireless customers who can get discounted access. However, anyone can join the service.
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AT&T WatchTV – Main Subscription Package
With a focus on lifestyle and entertainment channels, AT&T Watch TV is one of the lowest-priced streaming services on the market at $15 per month. If you have one of AT&T’s “unlimited” wireless plans, AT&T Watch TV is bundled in as part of your mobile service.
AT&T Watch TV has the weakest feature set of any streaming service. You can only stream to one device at a time and you don’t get a cloud DVR.
Here are the channels you’ll get with AT&T Watch TV.
AT&T WatchTV Channels
The single package available through AT&T WatchTV offers the following networks:
- Animal Planet
- BBC America
- BBC World News
- Cartoon Network
- Comedy Central
- Food Network
- Hallmark Channel
- Hallmark Movies & Mysteries
- Investigation Discovery
- Lifetime Movies
- Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN)
- Sundance TV
- TV Land
- Tru TV
- WE tv
AT&T WatchTV Channel Add-ons
AT&T Watch TV does not have any expansion plans, but it does let you subscribe to premium movie channels.
- Cinemax for $14/month
- HBO for $18/month (this is more expensive than subscribing to HBO directly.)
- SHOWTIME for $14/month
- Starz for 14/month
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Chris Casper is a former tech industry product manager who escaped from California for New Mexico. Now he writes about science and tech while searching for the perfect green chile sauce.