AT&T WatchTV’s low-cost, no-sports approach may be good for some, but it might not be right for you. If you want to know how to cancel your AT&T WatchTV subscription in favor of another service, this guide will show you how.

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How to Cancel Your AT&T WatchTV Subscription

You can easily cancel your AT&T WatchTV subscription from any device, but we recommend doing it from a desktop or laptop computer, as apps sometimes offer a limited view of your subscription settings.

1. Click on the gear symbol on the right

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2. Under “Manage” click on “Account Details”

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3. Scroll down and select “Cancel my WatchTV”

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4. Select your cancellation reason and then cancel your account

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Can I restart my AT&T WatchTV subscription later?

AT&T WatchTV allows you to finish the rest of your billed month or your free trial period. After that, your credit card or PayPal account will not be billed any further. However, you can still log back into your account at any time to renew your subscription. It won’t be deleted.

Are there are any good AT&T WatchTV alternatives?

AT&T WatchTV takes a low-cost approach that features no sports. The only other alternative to this model is Philo. However, you may also want to consider options that include sports, including Sling TV, fuboTV, Hulu + Live TV, YouTube TV, or  AT&T TV Now.

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AT&T WatchTV is not for everyone. If you need a wider selection of channels, including sports, try our Cord Cutter Express tool. This tool lets you select the channels you want, as well as your desired features, to find which cord-cutting services have exactly what you need.

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