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DirecTV vs. DirecTV Now: What’s the Difference?

Editor's Note:Yes, DirecTV Now is becoming AT&T TV Now, details here.

DirecTV Now has been up and running for more than a year, and customers have two important questions: What is it, and how is it different from regular old DirecTV? In the simplest terms, DirecTV is a satellite-TV subscription service, while DirecTV Now is an online streaming service that delivers live TV channels. Both are owned by telecom giant AT&T.

But if you want to know how each one works, which channels each one offers and which one — if either — is right for you, those questions are a bit harder to answer. We’ve gathered some of the most salient facts to help you make your own decisions.

Oh, and are you confused as to why your DirecTV Now app just changed its name to AT&T TV Now? Well, check out our explainer guide here (hint: it's about corporate ownership and brand awareness).

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DirecTV
DirecTV Now
How You Get It
Satellite dish
Internet
Channels
145 to 315
60 to 120
Pricing
$90 to $187 per month*

*Introductory prices: $50 to $125 per month
$40 to $75 per month
Required Hardware
TV, Genie box, satellite dish
Compatible device (Android, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Google Chromecast, iOS, Roku), TV*

*Not necessary for Android/iOS devices
Pros
More channels; DirecTV sets it up for you
Relatively cheap; No contract
Cons
More expensive than streaming; Long-term contracts
Some performance bugs

Availability

Before you start looking into the pros and cons of a DirecTV or DirecTV Now subscription, you should probably check to see if DirecTV is available in your area. While DirecTV Now is available everywhere in the United States, DirecTV is a satellite service, so you’ll need a satellite dish. While the beauty of a satellite dish is that you can use it from just about anywhere, it does mean that you’ve got to start modifying the outside of your house. Apartment dwellers or people who belong to particularly strict housing associations can probably forget about it.

Channel selection and cost

DirecTV Now offers a variety of channel packages, ranging from Live a Little, with more than 60 channels at $40 per month, to Gotta Have It, with about 120 channels at $70 per month. This may sound like a lot, but even the most modest DirecTV satellite package offers a great deal more: The basic DirecTV package starts at around 145 channels, and the most extreme options range up to about 315 channels. There’s a flip side, though: The packages also range in price from $90 per month to $187 per month. (DirecTV offers considerable discounts to first-time subscribers, however.)

Giving an exact channel breakdown would depend on too many variables, including where you live and what kinds of packages you're willing to buy. However, no matter which package you invest in, you’ll get the basics: A&E, Bravo, CNN, Cartoon Network, Disney, History, Lifetime, Nickelodeon, Syfy and so forth. For both satellite and DirecTV Now subscriptions, the presence of local channels very much depends on both your location and on DirecTV’s standing with those channels.

Just bear in mind that DirecTV Now's DVR features are rolling out as a beta. By default, accounts come with 20 hours of recording capacity, and recordings last 30 days. In the summer of 2018, a more-expensive tier, — 100 hours of storage, with recordings that last 90 days — will launch for an extra $10 per month.

Necessary hardware

Of the two services, DirecTV Now has a lower barrier to entry. All you need is a computer, mobile device or streaming player (Android, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, iOS, Google Chromecast or newer Rokus). While the service isn’t available on Android TV or game consoles (but really should be), you can spend about $30 on hardware and be up and running within half an hour.

Not so for a DirecTV subscription, however, which requires both the aforementioned satellite dish and an HD DVR box known as the Genie. If you’re a new DirecTV subscriber, the company will install both the satellite dish and the Genie for you. The dish won't cost you anything extra, and the Genie fees (usually $7 per month) are included with newer subscriptions, unless you want five or more boxes.

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Mobile access

One bit of good news is that you can access your content on computers, mobile devices and streaming players, regardless of the service you use. The DirecTV (not DirecTV Now) app allows satellite subscribers to view programs on devices other than their TVs. DirecTV subscribers can download the app to both iOS and Android devices, then proceed to watch both live TV and content from their DVR boxes (provided that their Genie is connected to the Internet, of course).

DirecTV also sweetens the deal for AT&T mobile customers. If you’re a customer and you're out and about, you can stream DirecTV content to your phone or tablet, and it won’t count against your mobile data cap. While customers from other wireless providers can still use the app, they’ll probably want to do so on Wi-Fi connections; streaming video tends to eat up data pretty fast.

DirecTV Now, on the other hand, is a streaming app first and foremost. You can download it right to your mobile devices and watch it just like any other streaming service. The same deal is in place for AT&T mobile subscribers: While anyone can access the DirecTV Now app, AT&T subscribers can stream as much of it as they want without having to see their mobile data plans take a hit.

Which one should you get?

Assuming you watch a lot of TV, either DirecTV Nowor DirecTV is a feasible option. Although Tom’s Guide has encountered a lot of problems with DirecTV Now’s service, the amount of content you get for the money is more than fair. DirecTV, on the other hand, provides consistent service, but it's heir to the problem that any satellite dish encounters: poor reception, especially during bad weather and the like, and extremely high prices.

DirecTV is a more traditional service. As such, it’s more straightforward to watch on your TV and it offers more channels, but it’s also much more expensive and ties you into a yearly contract. DirecTV Now offers fewer channels, and it's considerably more limited when it comes to the ways you can watch it, but the price tag is much easier to stomach, and you don’t need any expensive, specialized equipment.

Since DirecTV Now offers a free trial and doesn’t require a contract, I’d recommend checking that out first. If it meets your needs, you could save a lot of money; if not, you can always cancel and switch over to the full satellite subscription.

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How to Watch and Stream NFL Games Online (some for free)

Watching NFL games online has become a common occurrence. Some ways require a subscription to stream, some are free with your service, some are (cough, cough) possibly illegal, but all options can help you with the cord cutting from cable TV or to simply enjoy the game on the go. So, how do you watch NFL games online, whether for free or paid?

How to Stream NFL Games

Here are your best streaming options with the season ahead.

NFL Game Pass

NFL Game Pass from the NFL started up in 2015. This is for the fan who wants to stream and catch up on it all after-the-fact in the regular season. It gives fans access to live out-of-market preseason games, replays of every game, the NFL Films Archive, and more. This service is great if you can't catch the game live, or just want to watch other games you missed while watching a different game. Obviously the biggest drawback is that it doesn't allow you to watch games (except for preseason) as they're happening live. Still, for those who want to consume massive amounts of football online (after the games air), it's a great option as you can view it on your TV, smartphone, or tablet with the NFL app (see link at the bottom to download app). Prices run $100 for a full year, but a free 7-day trial is available.

Fox Sports Go

Fox is airing a lot of NFC games this year once again. If you want to watch the game airing in your market, visit Fox Sports Go and sign into your TV provider to watch the game on your digital devices. Another option is to download the Fox Sports Go app (see link at the bottom to download the app), which allows you to stream live sports on your phone. The app also allows you to watch top highlights and catch up on NFL game replays on demand. 

CBS All Access

This year, most NFL games are split between the Fox (see above) and CBS networks, with ESPN and NBC (see below) getting a few games here and there. For those on CBS (and there are many, largely with AFC teams), check out CBS All Access. For $6 per month, fans can stream the NFL on CBS and watch their live local games on desktop and streaming media players. Currently, CBS is allowing you to try it out for one free week. Take note, however, that NFL games are not available on CBS All Access on mobile phones. So you'll need to break out a different device to watch them. 

WatchESPN

For Monday Night Football you have to turn to ESPN. But in order to watch it streaming live on your laptop, tablet, smartphone, or TV-connected device, you have to log into your TV provider. So, if you don't have cable/TV provider, it won't work. Still, it's a great option if you're on the road or away from your home TV.

NFL Network

The NFL Network provides several ways to watch games: via the NFL App on smartphones, tablets, PS4, Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, and Android TV. On your PC or Mac desktop or laptop, visit NFL.com/Watch to watch the NFL Network and NFL RedZone. But like several options, to access their content you have to log into your TV provider or pay a subscription to see programs and games if you don't have a TV provider. The biggest reason for die-hard football fans to get the NFL Network is that they'll be the main TV source for several Thursday Night Football games, starting in Week 2 (Sept. 17). 

Amazon Prime Video

Amazon Prime Video will deliver a live stream of Thursday Night Football to a global audience across devices during the 2020 NFL seasons. Amazon Prime will stream the 11 Thursday Night Football games broadcast by FOX, which will also be simulcast on NFL Network and distributed in Spanish on FOX Deportes, once again securing the league's "Tri-Cast" model of broadcast (FOX), cable (NFL Network, FOX Deportes), and digital (Amazon Prime Video) distribution. The Thursday Night Football games will be made available to the over 100 million Amazon Prime members worldwide in over 200 countries and territories, on the Prime Video app for TVs, game consoles, and connected devices, which includes Amazon Fire TV, mobile devices, and online. Just one more reason we like Amazon Prime. 

Beginning in Week 5, Thursday Night Football will debut for free on Amazon-owned livestreaming platform Twitch.

Related: Free Streaming Services and Sites to Watch Movies and TV

AT&T TV Now

Yes, this is what they're talking about when they say cord-cutting. This service, which starts at $50 per month, allows you to stream TV (and football games) on your smartphone, computer, or big screen with a compatible streaming device. Available channels include ESPN, Fox, Fox Sports 1, CBS, ABC, and NBCSN. That means you'll get Monday Night Football, some Thursday Night Football, and some regular-season games, depending on which city you live in. Want more football? Check out the NFL Sunday Ticket. This package gives you access to games that you may not be able to watch on broadcast channels. Say your favorite NFL team is located in another city...or your hometown team sucks. With a subscription to NFL Sunday Ticket, you get access to out-of-market games unavailable through your local network affiliates. But it's not cheap. Its base package starts at $55 per month. In short, it allows you to stream out-of-market games on your computer, smartphone, game console, or Smart TV. 

Verizon Wireless

Good news, Verizon customer, you can watch local football games for free as well as nationally televised matches, including Thursday, Sunday, and Monday Night Football games, the playoffs, and the Super Bowl. But, of course, you'll need an app to do so, and this is only available on your mobile device. Fans will be able to stream games on the NFL Mobile app. 

YouTubeTV

Again, here's a real cable cord-cutter. This live streaming service has all the mainstream local channels available: NBC, ABC, CBS, and FOX. That means every NFL game up to and including the Super Bowl, are yours to watch every Sunday, based on their local availability. The cost is up to $64.99 per month, so it's not free. But you can watch it on your mobile devices, computer, and TV via streaming apps.

NBC Sports

We'll keep this one simple: NBC Sports has the rights to air Sunday Night Football games during the 2019 season. Games will be available to stream live on their NBC Sports App. 

Reddit NFL Streams

There are a few places on Reddit that can help you find NFL streams to watch games. But the best central location on the site is probably r/nflstreams. The site offers free options, up-to-date links for all games, and the best ways to use paid services. In other words, if you can't find it here, you're not going to find it.

Yahoo Sports

Yahoo Sports allows fans to watch free and unauthenticated all local and primetime games through their sports app. Since last this season, they've extended it to their Yahoo Fantasy Football mobile app as well, giving fans a free fantasy-friendly environment to watch games as well. 

STREAMING APPS TO WATCH NFL GAMES
To make it easy for you, here's a rundown of links to online apps to help you watch and stream NFL games online, for both Apple and Android users.

NFL App


NBC Sports App

Fox Sports Go App

Amazon Prime Video App

WatchESPN App


CBS All Access App

Yahoo Sports App

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