NEW YORK Nov 28 AT&T Inc, the largest U.S. TV
provider, took the wraps off its new DirecTV Now streaming
service on Monday, making a foray into the new and crowded
online video service market and hoping to win subscribers who
shun pay-television subscriptions.
The company said it will offer three new streaming services
- DirecTV Now, Freeview and Fullscreen starting Nov 30. DirecTV
Now pricing bundles will range from over 60 channels for $35 per
month to over 120 channels for $70 a month in introductory
offer, AT&T said.
(Reporting by Malathi Nayak; editing by Diane Craft)