At the end of last week, AT&T announced two unlimited data plans that included free access to their new Watch TV streaming service. As of today, all of those new options are available, plus you can sign-up for the $15/mo Watch TV service without an AT&T plan.
To recap, AT&T’s Watch TV is a $15/mo streaming TV service that includes 30+ channels. You can see those channels right here, but the list includes AMC, Cartoon Network, CNN, Food Network, HGTV, IFC, TBS, TNT, and Viceland. They’ll soon add BET, Comedy Central, and VH1 too. You’ll notice that ESPN is not a part of this bundle.
AT&T Watch TV works on Android, iOS, Apple TV, Chrome, and through Amazon’s Fire TV products.
Again, you can sign-up for this service by itself, but if you sign-up for one of the new Unlimited &More plans, you get it for free.
There are two Unlimited &More plans, one that costs $70 for a single line and another that costs $80 for a single line. The $70 plan is called Unlimited &More, includes unlimited data (that can be throttled during times of network congestion), 480p video, and Watch TV. The $80 plan is called Unlimited &More Premium, includes non-throttled unlimited data (throttling can occur after 22GB of usage), 1080p video, 15GB hotspot, Watch TV, and your choice of another free streaming service (HBO, Cinemax, Starz, Showtime, etc.).
If interested, we’ve got links for you below.