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AT&T to offer 2 new DIRECTV NOW packages with HBO included

AT&T Inc. is debuting two new video packages that include premium access to HBO (US).

In addition to HBO, the new packages, called DIRECTV NOW PLUS and MAX, will offer live TV channels and an on-demand library of movies and TV shows. With the MAX package, customers will get more live sports channels, video-on-demand choices, and HBO and Cinemax included, the company said March 12.

DIRECTV NOW PLUS will offer more than 40 channels for $50 per month, while DIRECTV NOW MAX will offer more than 50 channels for $70 per month. Both price tiers are $10 more than what current DIRECTV NOW subscribers pay monthly, according to The Verge.

AT&T said customers can opt to keep their current lineup of channels if they prefer.