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DIRECTV Now Offers $25 Off 1st Month

If you’ve been thinking of signing up for DIRECTV Now, this is your time. The live streaming service is offering a special discount for new customers during November to celebrate its first anniversary.

DIRECTV Now, which debuted last November 30, is offering $25 off every package this month for the first month of service. Regular rates will apply after the first month is over, but you can cancel anytime you want.

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With $25 off the first month, that means that you could subscribe to DIRECTV Now’s cheapest plan, the ‘Live a Little’ package, for just $10 for the first month. The ‘Live a Little’ plan, which offers more than 60 channels, normally costs $35 a month.

The promotion, which is only available to new customers who have never subscribed to DIRECTV Now, can also be applied to other DIRECTV Now plans including its most expensive plan, the ‘Gotta Have It’ package that offers more than 120 channels for $70 a month.

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To take advantage of the deal, a new customer must submit his or her payment information, and the promotional code, BDAY2017.

DIRECTV Now, which is owned by AT&T, has had recurring technical issues since its launch last November, but at $10 a month for the first month, and the ability to cancel at anytime, this is a great opportunity to try it out.

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