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DirecTV + Uverse bundles, starting at $80, +$450 debit card, 2 year price lock, free install, includes equipment costs, no data cap (targeted areas)

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There are many different bundles, I'll try to give a quick summary of each:

$80 = DirecTV Select + 6mb internet
$90 = DirecTV Select + 24mb internet

$100 = DirecTV Choice + 24mb internet +2016 Sunday Ticket
$110 = DirecTV Choice + 45mb internet +2016 Sunday Ticket

$110 = DirecTV Xtra + 24mb internet +2016 Sunday Ticket
$120 = DirecTV Xtra + 45mb internet +2016 Sunday Ticket

$115 = DirecTV Ultimate + 24mb internet +2016 Sunday Ticket
$125 = DirecTV Ultimate + 24mb internet +2016 Sunday Ticket

$165 = DirecTV Premier+ 24mb internet +2016 Sunday Ticket

All of the above are price locked for 24 months and include all HD/DVR (2 tvs) & Modem fees as well

All also have no internet data caps.

All also include $450 rebate card, and free HBO, SHOWTIME, STARZ, and Cinemax for 3 months

Today I saw free installation (typically $99)

Does not include local sport fees, and taxes.

https://www.att.com/bundles/bundles-a.html

IMHO this is a deal because the price is locked in for 2 year, no extras outside of taxes, +450 gift card which breaks down to a ~19 dollar a month discount.


I was paying ~50 for internet for cable + was looking to get a small package to get back some sports channels (for the nfl) and amc for walking dead (aka playstation vue) and after all that math I wouldn't be saving much if any money. When I left DTV over a year ago, and uverse a few months ago, all the box and modem fees added up to over 30 dollars a month).

Only for some markets:

Buy Now $50 Reward Card with purchase of any speed of U-verse Internet online at att.com by October 22, 2016.
$400 in Reward Card(s): For new residential customers in select markets (Orlando, Daytona Beach, Melbourne, FL; Bakersfield, Los Angeles, CA; El Paso (Las Cruces), Dallas, Ft. Worth, San Antonio, Austin, Corpus Christi, TX; Kansas City, MO; Charlotte, NC; Columbia, SC; Cleveland-Akron (Canton), Columbus, Dayton, Toledo, OH; Louisville, KY; Milwaukee, WI). $200 Reward Card with purchase of SELECT Package or above or ÓPTIMO MÁS Package or above + $200 Reward Card with purchase of qualifying U-verse High Speed Internet. Offer ends October 2, 2016.
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Created 08-31-2016 at 01:05 PM by opfreak
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I signed up for this promo 2 weeks ago, mainly for the NFL Sunday Ticket. this offer includes equipment charges for 2 tv receivers. the previous offer included 4 tv receivers but only had a $200 gift card.
Also for anyone that is a BJs Wholesale member, they have the same exact pricing promo but with $550 in gift cards ($300 bjs card and $250 Att card). i believe costco also has a similar deal.
in addition you can stack this deal with a referral from a friend that has At&t. they will get $25 per service signed up for and you will also get the same amount.
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The package I signed up for was $130 = DirecTV Xtra + 100 mbps Gigapower Fiber internet +2016 Sunday Ticket + $450 Gift card.
The $99 install fee was waived and $19.95 Equipment shipping & handling was waived.
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Then price goes back to MSRP after 12 months and you've signed agreement for 24. Be careful and check the terms and cancellation fee.

5000 miles if you sign up through AA portal I believe.
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Then price goes back to MSRP after 12 months and you've signed agreement for 24. Be careful and check the terms and cancellation fee.

5000 miles if you sign up through AA portal I believe.
This deal locks the price in for two years.

If you look at the monthly break down, the price looks to go up in months 4-24 but thats because the HBO/Showtime/etc discount ends, and you need to cancel.

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First Bill**$104.93

Months 2-3*$104.93

Months 4-24*$158.92 (this includes $54 for premium channels)

Months 25 and later*$202.92 (your discount of $54/month ends and includes $54 for premium channels)
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can only get 12mbps max at my location so no deal for me
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How much taxes and fees comes out to be?
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2 years is a long time to be stuck on DSL. Cable speeds will probably double each year, while DSL speeds stay flat.

Comcast already offers 2000 mbps internet, so DSL is a joke in comparison.
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24month tv and 12 month internet agreement? Does that mean internet goes up after 12 months and I'm stuck with higher costs?
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I only see a $50 reward card. Must be regional or something. Was about to jump on this since Comcast is playing their games again and won't budge on price to keep a customer, god damn vultures!!!
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Then price goes back to MSRP after 12 months and you've signed agreement for 24. Be careful and check the terms and cancellation fee.

5000 miles if you sign up through AA portal I believe.
The price is locked in at the promo rate for 24 months.

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24month tv and 12 month internet agreement? Does that mean internet goes up after 12 months and I'm stuck with higher costs?
The promo price is locked in for 24 months for the bundle.
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Is there any bundles for directv and att home security?
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I'm getting vague information from ATT. ATT in my area was DSL only but they are telling me fiber was just made available to my house (the streets have not been touched). Max speeds are 45Mbps down and about 6Mbps up. THis sounds like it's still DSL.

Full fiber\Gigapower (100\200\300Mbps) isn't available yet in my area.
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i wasn't aware At&t had home security services. i don't see a bundle for it.

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I'm getting vague information from ATT. ATT in my area was DSL only but they are telling me fiber was just made available to my house (the streets have not been touched). Max speeds are 45Mbps down and about 6Mbps up. THis sounds like it's still DSL.

Full fiber\Gigapower (100\200\300Mbps) isn't available yet in my area.
they are talking about fiber to the node. Gigapower is fiber to the house.
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I sure do wish I could get one of these deals. We already have Direct TV and AT&T DSL and phone . I had to call to get an adjustment and the reps took me around in circles just to give me a $10 discount. I really want to find somebody else.
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