AT&T is now offering HBO free for Unlimited Plus plan customers

If you’re an AT&T customer whose signed up on the Unlimited Plus data plan, the carrier has made your life a bit sweeter. As of April 6th, AT&T is offering all customers on the Unlimited Plus wireless data plan free HBO service as part of DirecTV Now.

AT&T’s latest deal, which replaces the original DirecTV Now offer that is no longer active, consists of free HBO service. Both current and new customers are eligible. All you need is to be enrolled in the carrier’s new Unlimited Plus wireless plan.

The Unlimited Plus plan is AT&T’s most expensive plan, unsurprisingly. The plan starts at $90 for a single line, and comes with HD video as well as 10GB of data tethering allowance on a monthly basis. 4G LTE speeds are unlimited, but shall one line exceed 22GB of usage, speeds may be throttled. Customers must enroll or be already enrolled via autopay to be eligible for the HBO offering.

AT&T hasn’t mentioned how long exactly the promotion will last nor how long the free HBO subscription will be good for. For full detail and instruction on how to claim the offer, hit the source link below where everything is explained.


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