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AT&T launches new WatchTV streaming service at aggressive $15-per-month price | The Verge

Days after completing its monumental acquisition of Time Warner, AT&T is announcing a second streaming TV service that’s priced lower than the company’s existing DirecTV Now offering. The new service is called WatchTV and it launches next week. WatchTV includes 31 channels, with 6 networks from Viacom coming “soon after.” AT&T had confirmed the service was coming in recent weeks as it sought approval for the Time Warner deal.

Several Time Warner networks including Cartoon Network, CNN, TBS, TNT, and TCM are part of the programming bundle. But it also includes a few other popular networks including A&E, AMC, and HGTV. For now, WatchTV is available with AT&T’s latest and just-announced unlimited plans, Unlimited &More and Unlimited &More Premium. AT&T says 15,000 titles (a mix of TV shows and movies) will be available on-demand through the service.

WatchTV will also be made available standalone for $15 per month, which undercuts Dish’s Sling TV ($20/month) as the cheapest option on the market. AT&T says more information about that will be coming soon. WatchTV “will be compatible on virtually every current smartphone, tablet, or web browser, and certain streaming devices.”

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