Is AT&T TV good?
AT&T TV is good enough if you like the convenience of bundling with AT&T Internet service, but not entirely “good” as a standalone TV plan.
AT&T TV is a live TV service that, like AT&T TV NOW and AT&T WatchTV, streams over the internet rather than cable or satellite. In channel lineups and package names, AT&T TV is practically twinsies with DIRECTV—except that it’s a bit cheaper, at least for the first year.
AT&T TV is different from other livestreaming TV services in that it gives you a lot of channels—65+ in the low-end packages, 125+ in the high—and includes its own streaming device. Unfortunately, it also comes with annual contracts and built-in price hikes, two of the biggest offenses that send cord-cutters running from cable and satellite in the first place.
With AT&T’s fast internet plans, there are plenty of better livestreaming TV choices out there, and we’ve reviewed all of them at CableTV.com—shop around.