Originally Posted by wxman
I have YTTV, and was thinking of switching to AT&T now and getting their $55 package. Any talk about AT&T Now raising their prices?
Nothing I've heard of but you can never tell with AT&T, as they make changes to their service plans (TV, phone, internet) all the time. About three months ago (first week of April), AT&T TV Now dropped HBO from their Plus package and dropped the price from $65 to $55. So maybe it'll be awhile longer before they mess with it again?
That said, is it really worth switching to it to save $10 in exchange for the various channels you'll lose on YTTV? The Plus package on AT&T TV Now lacks PBS, History, A&E, Lifetime, Discovery, HGTV, Food, your local RSNs, etc. Also the cloud DVR only retains recordings for 90 days rather than 9 months like YTTV. On the other hand, Plus does include the Hallmark Channel, which YTTV lacks.
Originally Posted by crabboy
For those of us who live in major markets and can get locals with an antenna, Sling looks better and better. Unless they raise their rates too.
Sling announced today that they will not raise their rates on current customers through Aug. 2021. (Of course, that doesn't mean that they won't raise them for new customers soon.)