AT&T DIRECTV is offering TV + High Speed Internet, All Fees Included, for $80 per month. Plus you get a $50 VISA prepaid card, among some other excellent bonuses, when you use one of the promo links below.
It’s the latest limited-time promo deal for new customers signing up online for DIRECTV bundled with AT&T internet.
You can save money every month if you bundle TV and Internet (and phone). And DIRECTV bundled with AT&T U-verse is a really good value when you sign up using one of their promo links. With huge service areas across the country, DIRECT TV with U-verse is available to many more homes than its competitor and DMAD favorite Verizon Fios. And though I have never been a customer of U-verse, they are generally considered among the best ISPs in America. That’s why I’m recommending this service as a good alternative if Fios is not available in your area.
In my opinion here are the best new deals as of April 1, 2017 (Online only)
Best Deal » DIRECTV + Internet: $80/mo + $50 Reward CardThis is the best deal around if you want bundled DIRECTV and high speed internet only. TV package is SELECT All Included. That means you get up to 4 HD receivers including HD DVR… Plus several other bonuses!
When you sign up online, AT&T will give you this month’s special promo “bonus gifts”. First is 3 months of HBO, Showtime, Starz & Cinemax at no extra cost. Next, a $50 VISA Prepaid reward card. To claim both bonus rewards you will need to sign a 24 month DIRECTV agreement. And you must be a new customer signing up online.
This deal also features 6 Mbps internet speeds. AT&T 45 Mbps internet is $40/mo when you buy it alone. That means with this bundle you get U-verse TV with 200 channels for just $40/mo more. Not bad when you consider just how many channels that is.
Setup fees are currently waived. But as always, be sure to read and understand the terms of service for your area. Companies sometimes like to charge certain service areas more than others, usually because they are testing different pricing strategies.
Let’s break it down. Choose this bundle and you get U-verse 45 Mbps internet, the upgraded TV package (DIRECTV Choice), and AT&T Voice home phone service – all included. You also get a free Genie HD DVR upgrade ($99 value) including free service in up to 4 rooms. The $50 VISA Reward Card is also included with this deal.
DIRECTV Select includes over 145 channels and costs $60/mo. when you buy it alone. By bundling you are really getting High Speed Internet and Home Phone for only $39.99/mo. more.
This is the most convenient package because you get all three essential services – TV, Internet, and Home Phone – all bundled together on one low monthly bill. Setup fees are still waived. Equipment and DVR fees – also waived. Again, be sure to read and understand the terms of service for your area before you sign up.
Why Choose AT&T Internet?U-verse Internet runs through fiber optic cables that split in your neighborhood hub directly to your home through a standard coax cable.
Internet speeds are not as fast as Verizon Fios, which have now reached up to an impressive 500 mbps in some service areas. But the use of Fiber Optic communication means much better speed, quality, and reliability than DSL.
To me, the best feature is the Genie HD DVR. It lets you store up to 1 terabyte of HD programming. There’s no more conflict when you’ve got quality DVR hardware and ample storage space.
Of course getting $50 back in rewards cards doesn’t sound too bad either :)
AT&T TV + Internet vs. Comcast XFINITYAnother big player in the broadband Double Play (TV + internet) space is Comcast with their XFINITY bundle. For those live in an area covered by more than one of the aforementioned providers… How does XFINITY stack up?
AT&T U-verse has the lower price. And it’s not even close. You can pay as little as $30 for U-verse alone. But at this time XFINITY costs $79.99 to $89.99 per month. On the other hand, Comcast features faster internet speeds currently. Comcast advertises speeds from 75mbps to 100mbps. U-verse has packages from 6mpbs to 24mpbs.
The number of TV channels included is very similar. So with no substantial difference in TV service, I think the decision comes down to price and speed.
However here’s a major downside of Comcast that’s worth mentioning – They’re known for imposing bandwidth usage caps. I once had capped years ago broadband and it was not fun keeping track of my bandwidth usage. I’m online a lot so that’s an issue for me.
Personally I like Deal 1 above best of all, as 6mbps internet is usually fast enough for most people, and the price is attractive.
Plus, as far as I can tell from my research, U-verse has no bandwidth caps at this time.
Where is DIRECTV + AT&T Available?DIRECTV + AT&T is currently offered in 21 states available to 126.6 million Americans, making it the largest broadband provider in the US by service area – more widely available than Verizon Fios.
Click the link below to see if DIRECTV with AT&T is available in your home today.