AT&T WatchTV $15 Skinny Bundle Adds MTV, Nickelodeon, & TV Land
After extending their agreement with Viacom, there was uncertainty whether the new deal will keep the channels on all the same plans and tiers across DIRECTV NOW and AT&T WatchTV. Last week, DIRECTV NOW added them to their newly launched PLUS and MAX plans.
Today, their $15 a month skinny bundle, AT&T Watch TV has added MTV, Nickelodeon, and TV Land to the service. Since launch, the service had already included Viacom-owned networks like BET, Comedy Central, MTV, Nicktoons, and TeenNick. The service does not have CMT, Paramount Network, or LOGO.
With recent price increases across the industry seeing Live TV Streaming Services surpassing $50 a month, Philo ($16), Sling TV ($25), and AT&T WatchTV ($15) remain some of the new skinny bundle options for subscribers. Unlike the other services though, AT&T Watch TV only includes a single stream and does not offer a DVR.
How Does AT&T Watch TV Compare to Philo?
We put together a full comparison of the channel lineup, features, DVR, and supported devices across both services.
Just last month, Viacom agreed to a deal with fuboTV to bring their channels to subscribers this month. The company has also been available on Sling TV, as well as the the $16 a month, entertainment-only streaming service Philo since they launched in 2017. Viacom channels aren’t available on PlayStation Vue, Hulu Live TV, or YouTube TV.
|AT&T TV NOW||AT&T WatchTV||fuboTV||Philo||Sling TV|
|“Live a Little”||“PLUS”||“MAX”||“WatchTV”||“fubo”||“Base”||“Orange”||“Blue”|
|Sign Up||Sign Up||Sign Up||Sign Up||Free Trial||Free Trial||Sign Up||Sign Up|
|US$ 59,99||US$ 54,99||US$ 79,99||US$ 15||US$ 59,99||US$ 16||US$ 30||US$ 30|
|BET||•||•||•||•||•||•||^ US$ 5||•|
|CMT||•||-||•||-||•||•||^ US$ 5||^ US$ 5|
|LOGO||-||-||-||-||^ US$ 6||-||^ US$ 5||^ US$ 5|
|MTV||•||•||•||•||•||•||^ US$ 5||^ US$ 5|
|Nick Jr.||-||•||•||-||•||•||^ US$ 5||•|
|Paramount Network||•||-||•||-||•||•||^ US$ 5||•|
|TV Land||•||-||•||•||•||•||^ US$ 5||-|
|VH1||•||•||•||•||•||•||^ US$ 5||^ US$ 5|