AT&T TV will officially become DirecTV Stream next week

AT&T TV and its defunct AT&T TV Now sibling will officially become DirecTV Stream, a brand new unified service spun out of a deal between TPG Capital and AT&T for the telecommunication big’s streaming properties.

DirecTV started updating AT&T TV and AT&T TV Now prospects of the change on August 14th. On the welcome screens of each providers’ cellular apps, subscribers had been knowledgeable that the change would officially happen on August twenty sixth, a spokesperson confirmed to The Verge. DirectTV Stream rebrands AT&T’s providers acquired within the TPG Capital deal, which didn’t embody HBO Max. (WarnerMedia, house to HBO Max, is about to merge with Discovery in mid-2022.)

In line with an organization news release, “AT&T satellite tv for pc, streaming or IP video prospects will robotically preserve their video service, any bundled wi-fi, web or HBO Max providers, and related reductions with no motion wanted.”

AT&T TV launched last year as the corporate’s premium TV streaming expertise. AT&T TV Now, the corporate’s skinny streaming bundle, technically became AT&T TV earlier this 12 months, and new prospects may now not join Now. (The corporate said at the time that AT&T TV Now prospects would nonetheless have the ability to entry their accounts, nevertheless.)

If all of this sounds needlessly complicated, it’s. Optimistically, this will be the final vital branding change that AT&T’s current or future streaming prospects see for some time.
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