Out of curiousity, I called AT&T to inquire about being a new customer for AT&T TV. Here is their website: AT&T TV - Live Streaming TV + Apps, Voice Controlled It's apparently available throughout the country, and it's IPTV, so one could say it competes against YouTube TV, and Hulu Live TV as a cable replacement. However, a big difference is they can provide their own equipment but a user can use their own like a Roku device, and there is a 2 year agreement, and $15/mo penalty for every month counted when one terminates before the end of the agreement. One could be charged about $345-360 in a termination fee if cancelled within or just after the first month. When I spoke with the customer agent, he mentioned that AT&T Now is being phased out. For the AT&T TV pricing, in year two, a customer could call in and ask for a lower price than the expected year 2 or normal rate. I assume there could be a pressure for the customer to renew the contract another year. The agent seemed hopeful to make a sale, but I diverted the conversation and asked about AT&T Watch TV and started asking about DirecTV as well, and later said I have to think about it. He mentioned he wasn't too familiar with AT&T Watch TV, and mentioned DirecTV is more expensive but has more channels. I suppose what piqued my interest is viewing the channel listing. Not that I would need these channels but it's nice to have extra and it does carry WGN America, MGM HD Movies and a few other channels not carried by the other streaming carriers. However, some channels like SONY Movie Channel are on DirecTV but not on AT&T TV, but are on Fubo. It seems odd in a way that AT&T is maintaining three different IPTV platforms with different billing systems, and the contract agreement even if a customer uses their own devices. Anyone have AT&T TV? Any positives with the service?