AT&T launches long-awaited online TV streaming service

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AT&T’s DirecTV package is going digital.

After weeks of anticipation, the telecom giant officially launched its new DirecTV Now streaming service Monday at an event in New York City. 

The new option, which starts at $35 per month (though that price is set to increase after a certain window), will offer subscribers more than 100 live channels available through a digital set-top box or mobile device. It currently supports Apple and Android devices, Amazon Fire, Chromecast and other online platforms with the exception of the Roku, which is expected to be included sometime next year.

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Source: Mashable

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