AT&T has begun rolling out the app their new “WatchTV” streaming television service to iOS and fourth- and fifth-generation Apple TV devices. The service was announced last week.
The service is available for $15 per month, or as a free add-on for AT&T subscribers that opt for the wireless carrier’s new “Unlimited &More” and “Unlimited &More Premium” plans.
WatchTV offers over 30 channels available for live streaming, including news and film channels. No sports channels, such as ESPN, are currently available. The service does make over 15,000 titles for viewing on-demand.
Unlimited &More Premium can add one premium service to their subscription at no extra charge. They can choose from services including: HBO, SHOWTIME, Cinemax, Starz, Amazon Music Unlimited, Pandora Premium, or VRV.
Channels currently available on WatchTV are:
- Animal Planet
- BBC World News
- BBC America
- Cartoon Network
- Food Network
- Hallmark Channel
- Hallmark Movies & Mysteries
- Investigation Discovery
- Lifetime Movies
- Sundance TV
- TRU TV
- WE TV
Other channels are on the way, and they include:
- Comedy Central
- MTV 2
Subscribers can stream on up to two devices at once. However, the service doesn’t currently offer a cloud DVR or local stations. The app is available on iOS, tvOS, Android, Amazon Fire TV, and Google Chromecast devices.