Deal: AT&T offers free Apple TV 4K when you sign-up for its DirecTV NOW service

Deal: AT&T offers free Apple TV 4K when you sign-up for its DirecTV NOW service
Great news for Apple fans who don't yet own an Apple TV 4K, as AT&T now offers one for free to everyone who joins its DirecTV NOW service. You don't even have to sign-up for a year in advance, which makes it an even better deal if you're in the market for an Apple TV.

Now, here is what you need to know before you take AT&T's deal. Firstly, the promotion is only available to those who've never been subscribed to AT&T's DirecTV NOW. Secondly, you'll have to pay for the first four months of service in advance, and at full price, we might add.

The carrier also mentions that the promotion requires a minimum $50/month subscription before taxes, but AT&T DirecTV NOW plans start at $50/month anyway. If you plan to sign-up to AT&T's service online, you should allow 1-2 weeks for delivery. Keep in mind that the deal is limited to 1 per DirecTV NOW account and that you can't combine it with other offers.

AT&T's DirecTV NOW Plus requires a $50/month subscription and offers more than 40 channels, including HBO. However, for $70/month, the AT&T DirecTV NOW Max plan offers 50+ channels and even more sports coverage, along with HBO and Cinemax.

Last but not least, the DirecTV NOW deal is non-refundable and it's available until April 30, so plenty of time to decide whether or not it's worth your money.



1. phoneclash

Posts: 40; Member since: Dec 18, 2018

Direct tv now is a rip-off, go to their Facebook page, Instagram etc and see how many people complain about it. They raised their prices,and are the most expensive streaming service around, and it conks out half the time, smh. I dropped them like a bad habit for sling, and I never looked back.

2. OneLove123

Posts: 1099; Member since: Aug 28, 2018

I have Apple TV and it’s not that good. It barely works at all.

3. Eclectech

Posts: 351; Member since: May 01, 2013

Not a good deal at all considering DirecTV Now, is now garbage. Less channels for more money. They're just hoping someone is stupid enough to sign up without evaluating what they're getting versus what they can get somewhere else. ...and to add insult to injury, the service isn't even reliable which is the reason why I left it in the first place. Too many outages.

4. mike2959

Posts: 695; Member since: Oct 08, 2011

I’ve had DTV on Apple 4K in one room and a Roku Ultra in another room. I’ve not had a single issue with DTV on either the Roku or Apple devices. Also DTV is the closest thing to getting Satellite/Cable experience. The guide and the interface is very similar to that. Sling (which I had) just looked cheap. Also local channels on DTV as well. People complaining about prices. Let’s see your cable/satellite bill compared to DTV or Sling

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