AT&T’s $15 streaming service is now live, but is it worth it?
Earlier this month, AT&T finally took the wraps off its long-teased skinny streaming bundle, called AT&T Watch. The service isn't pretending to be a replacelment for cable: instead, it's a collection of channels (mostly now owned by AT&T) for nearly the same price as your monthly Netflix subscription. Starting today, it's available to some AT&T customers for free, or to the rest of us mortals for $15 a month.
The service is free for anyone who subscribes to one of AT&T’s brand-new unlimited data plans, which are confusingly called Unlimited &More and Unlimited &More Premium. Pricing for those is nearly the same as AT&T’s current unlimited plans: the cheaper Unlimited &More plan costs $70 per month for a single line, or $160 for four lines, while Unlimited &More Premium is $80 for one line, or $190 for four. Those plans are also now live, although the big catch is that the more expensive plan doesn't come with free HBO any more.
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