Now, the nation’s second largest carrier is giving away free HBO to those new and existing subscribers on its Unlimited Plus plan. Those already receiving HBO through one of AT&T’s wireless content providers like DirecTV, DirecTV Now, or U-verse TV will soon find the premium that they pay for HBO disappearing from the invoice. Those who subscribe to DirecTV, DirecTV Now, or U-verse TV and don’t receive HBO, will soon be able to access the premium cable channel. And if you aren’t a member of those three AT&T content providers, you will be able to watch HBO over the DirecTV Now or HBO GO apps. The free HBO offer starts tomorrow, April 6th.
AT&T’s Unlimited Plus costs $90 a month for one line and $145 a month for two. Besides unlimited talk, text and data, subscribers can use 10GB of Wi-Fi tethering per handset. But a word to the wise; subscribers consuming more than 22GB of data each month could end up with their data speed throttled. For more information, visit the AT&T website, or head to your local AT&T store.
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