AT&T recently announced a new standalone online TV streaming service called WatchTV. The service is cheaper than almost all of its competitors at just $15 per month and it’s certainly cheaper than AT&T’s existing DirecTV streaming service. WatchTV was previously available to AT&T subscribers on select plans but now it’s open for everyone.

AT&T’s $15 per month WatchTV standalone TV streaming service is now online for all users. Anybody who is looking for an alternative to a basic cable subscription package can now try out WatchTV.

The $15 per month subscription fee will give users access to channels like the Food Network, History, HGTV, BBC, Cartoon Network, Own, Tbs, A&E, AMC, and many others. The company has said that it will add more channels to the list down the line. Channels coming after launch include Comedy Central, Nicktoons, and others.

There is one caveat, though. WatchTV subscribers are limited to one stream which means that they can’t use their account to stream channels on multiple devices simultaneously.

All new subscribers will receive a one-week trial for free after which they will be charged $15 per month for WatchTV. Much like how it is with standalone streaming services, there are no long-term contracts and subscribers are free to cancel whenever they desire.

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