The leak also revealed that AT&T will entice people to sign up by offering free Apple TVs and Amazon Fire TV Sticks for subscribers who commit to paying for at least three months of the service. To put that in perspective, a new Apple TV would set you back a cool $150, and three months of DirecTV Now would cost just $105. Fire TV Sticks are significantly less expensive, but hey, free is free!
There are a few other encouraging details that came out, including the fact that many of the channels will support a 72-hour catch-up window (meaning you'll be able to watch live content up to three days after it airs), and the service will come with 14,000 video-on-demand titles to choose from. And like most other similar services, you get a free seven-day trial to test it out.
None of this news is confirmed, and it's entirely possible that some of the details in the leak will change between now and whenever DirecTV Now launches, which should be sometime before the end of the year.
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