AT&T WatchTV is a low-cost internet TV service that was launched by AT&T in 2018, as an alternative to AT&T TV Now, and a competitor to Philo. Wondering how many AT&T WatchTV simultaneous streams you can get? In this quick guide, we’ll tell you everything you need to know.
How Many Simultaneous Streams Come with AT&T WatchTV?
AT&T WatchTV only comes with a single stream. By default, you can only watch on one device at a time. Obviously, this is much worse than its closest competitor, Philo, which offers 3 streams.
However, AT&T WatchTV is a bit cheaper than Philo at only $15/month, and it is included for free with some AT&T Unlimited Data plans, which may help make up for this limitation for some cord-cutters.
Can I Upgrade AT&T WatchTV and Get More Streams?
Currently, there is no way to upgrade AT&T WatchTV and get more than 1 simultaneous stream. You’ll be stuck with only a single device stream.
However, you can sign in to some TV Everywhere apps using AT&T WatchTV, though they don’t publish a full list of the channels that support this feature online. That may help you get around the hard 1-stream limit, in some cases.
What Devices Can I Use to Watch AT&T WatchTV?
Wondering what devices you can use to watch AT&T WatchTV? We’ve put together a guide to all of the devices that support this service. Check it out below.
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