One of the oldest live TV streaming services around – AT&T TV Now – has now shut down its services to new customers.
Those who are currently using the platform will still be able to use it, but there is not currently a way to sign up for the service.
All is not lost, however, as those who are new can sign up for the AT&T TV streaming service. Before this point, two year contracts were required.
At this point, though, there is not going to be a mandatory contract in place, nor will there be an RSN fee option.
Those who want a plan without a contract will be paying a starting price of $69.99 for the Entertainment Plan, which comes with over 65 channels.
The Choice Plan includes the RSN Fee and also throws in HBO Max free for a year. This costs $84.99 and includes regional sports such as Fox Sports.
The benefits which come with the no contract plan include a 20 hour Cloud DVR, with an upgrade to 500 hours for those who pay a further $10.