The hits just keeps coming on DirecTV Now. Not only has she been applying for subscribers in the last few months (we should find out how much in AT&T earnings earned on 24 April) and put in place new plans that are not necessarily all – now it just lost with a great sports channel. The NFL Network is no longer available on the streaming network. (It was also drawn from the AT&T U-verse system)
Turning the knife a little, we also learn that she is still available with a traditional DirecTV subscription.
The NFL Network was available on three of DirecTV's Now – the "Choice" $ 110 per month package, the "Xtra" $ 124 per month plan, and the "Ultimate" $ 135 per month plan . (Although unlikely to be so final now.)
And, well, that's that. The rationale? It's definitely money. AT&T says on its website: "The NFL Network and RED ZONE CHANNEL® are still available to all fans on DIRECTV. However, as we continue to manage content costs, we were unable to reach an agreement with it. the NFL to those ways and the DIRECT NOW. "
NFL Network is still available on PlayStation Vue, Sling TV and Fubo TV.