“AT&T has officially unveiled details about its upcoming streaming TV service called DirecTV Now,” Zac Hall reports for 9to5Mac. “The company first announced the subscription video service back in March, promising ‘on-demand and live programming from many networks, plus premium add-on options’ over the Internet similar to Sling TV and PlayStation Vue.”

“DirecTV Now will launch with apps on iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV,” Hall reports. “The streaming TV package includes four tiers ranging from $35/month to $70/month with 60+ to 120+ channels. A free 7-day trial period will be available at launch.”

Hall reports, “Customers who sign up early will be eligible for the $60/month package at $35/month going forward. AT&T will also provide a free Apple TV set-top box to DirecTV Now subscribers who pre-pay for three months of service including the $35/month package.”

More info in the full article here.

MacDailyNews Take: Skinny bundles are coming to Apple TV one way or another.