DirecTV Now’s $35 plan will go up to $60 on January 9th

DirecTV Now, the new streaming cable service released a month ago, has revealed when their discounted introductory plan will increase in price. The $35-per-month 100-channel plan will go up to its regular price of $60 per month on January 9th. Anyone who has already signed up for the plan, or who signs up before January 9th, will continue paying $35 per month. The new wording on DirecTV Now’s site says “offer rate may increase” which implies the $35 price isn’t for life and will likely increase at some point, but for now, DirecTV Now is allowing customers to keep the introductory price beyond the promotion’s expiration date. If you sign up now to lock in the lower price, use promo code INTC1MONTH to extend the normal 7-day free trial to a 1-month free trial.

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How to use DirecTV Now on a rooted Amazon Fire TV or Fire TV Stick

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If you are seeing an “Error 40” or “QP1005” error message when you launch DirecTV Now, it’s probably because your device is rooted. Here is how to get around the message and use DirecTV Now on a rooted Amazon Fire TV or Fire TV Stick. Read more ›

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DirecTV Now launches on Fire TV to take on Sling TV and Playstation Vue

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AT&T has officially released DirecTV Now, their new internet TV streaming service to rival Sling TV and Playstation Vue. The service is available on all Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV Stick models, as well as Apple TV, Chromecast, Android, and iOS devices. Roku compatibility is said to arrive some time next year. If you prepay for just 1 month of service, you can get a free Fire TV Stick, or a free Apple TV for 3 months of service. Read on for an overview of what the service offers. Read more ›

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