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    AT&T Watch Tv

    Just tried the free trial to see what its like. Its a great service for $15. It uses the exact same interface as DTV Now minus the dvr.
    For the number of channels you get for $15 is a good deal. And also the on demand.
    A&E
    Amc
    Animal planet
    Audience
    BBC America
    BBC World
    BET
    Boomerang
    Cartoon Network
    CNN
    Comedy Central
    Discovery
    Food Network
    Fyi
    Hallmark
    Hallmark Movies and Mysteries
    Hgtv
    History
    HLN
    IFC
    ID
    Lifetime
    LMN
    MTV2
    Nicktoons
    OWN
    Sundance TV
    TBS
    Turner Classic Movies
    Teennick
    TLC
    TNT
    Tru TV
    Velocity
    VH1
    Viceland
    WE

    Have had no issues with buffering or lag.

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    At this point of time, I really want to add more shows to my watch list. I was watching shows by Andy Yeatman with my cousins. It was my vacation and I didn’t want to get bored. I am glad I came across this post. It is very helpful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamieh1 View Post
    Just tried the free trial to see what its like. Its a great service for $15. It uses the exact same interface as DTV Now minus the dvr.
    For the number of channels you get for $15 is a good deal. And also the on demand.
    A&E
    Amc
    Animal planet
    Audience
    BBC America
    BBC World
    BET
    Boomerang
    Cartoon Network
    CNN
    Comedy Central
    Discovery
    Food Network
    Fyi
    Hallmark
    Hallmark Movies and Mysteries
    Hgtv
    History
    HLN
    IFC
    ID
    Lifetime
    LMN
    MTV2
    Nicktoons
    OWN
    Sundance TV
    TBS
    Turner Classic Movies
    Teennick
    TLC
    TNT
    Tru TV
    Velocity
    VH1
    Viceland
    WE

    Have had no issues with buffering or lag.
    Hello jamieh1,
    I appreciate the information which has a very good price but I require more than that. I was and am spoiled by the greater number of programs available from the multiple, almost myriad sources available today.
    Yours,
    caseyf5

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    I've read reports from folks that say the PQ has been reduced for channels in this version of their service to target more of a mobile market and lessen demands for data. Can you provide any data on that?
    Quote Originally Posted by jamieh1 View Post
    Just tried the free trial to see what its like. Its a great service for $15. It uses the exact same interface as DTV Now minus the dvr.
    For the number of channels you get for $15 is a good deal. And also the on demand.
    A&E
    Amc
    Animal planet
    Audience
    BBC America
    BBC World
    BET
    Boomerang
    Cartoon Network
    CNN
    Comedy Central
    Discovery
    Food Network
    Fyi
    Hallmark
    Hallmark Movies and Mysteries
    Hgtv
    History
    HLN
    IFC
    ID
    Lifetime
    LMN
    MTV2
    Nicktoons
    OWN
    Sundance TV
    TBS
    Turner Classic Movies
    Teennick
    TLC
    TNT
    Tru TV
    Velocity
    VH1
    Viceland
    WE

    Have had no issues with buffering or lag.
    DTV - March 1996 through March 2018

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    After I got DTVNow I was able to do an A - B comparison before stopping the satellite feed and, to my eyes, they looked the same in quality. This was about 3 weeks ago.
    Sharon Evans

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    Add Revolt, MTV, Nick, and TVLand to the channels.

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