AT&T is making streaming as complicated as cable
The writing is most decidedly on the wall for traditional cable packages. Existing subscribers are hemorrhaging by the month, young people aren't signing up in the first place, and cheaper streaming alternatives offer the same features (or better!) for far less money.
Cable companies, unsurprisingly, are hoping to keep their self-described "cash cow" going during the transition to streaming. AT&T has been moving the most ambitiously into cord-cutting streaming alternatives, and its excellent DirecTV Now service is one of the most popular streaming options available.
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