Description: The following passage mainly covers the content on DirecTV login, showing us the service that it can provide to the customers and the benefits people can acquire if they use it.
It’s been about a year since DirecTV hit the market, it was one of the first cord-cutting videos that we ever did, so we wanted to catch up a little bit with the service and see how it’s doing.
DirecTV is not very complicated which is good, so they still have their four plans, I hate the names, because this is TV, but not frozen yogurt, there is not a lot of customizability in there.
If that’s a word, but sometimes the simplicity is better, you should know if you’re an 18 t-mobile unlimited customer, you can get $25 off any of those options which is huge especially if you’re happy with the lowest tier which is only 10 bucks a month.
You can’t beat that, DirecTV is their premium channels, HBO is five bucks, Cinemax five bucks and stars eight bucks a month, you’re not going to find better prices on those anywhere including those services themselves.
It’s easy to see why you’d switch from your satellite or your cable package, if you’re going for that basic tier 35 bucks a month the benefits though are less apparent.
Once you get to the higher tiers, if you’re paying 60 or 70 bucks for your TV service, then you need to watch it, you’re probably not saving a ton off your normal bill, so what’s the point?
There is still one huge major advantage that streaming TV has over the traditional stuff, as far as I’m concerned, a lot of people ask about local channel availability, all I can say is to check the zip finder on their site to see what you can get in your area.
They do well with the other services, even a little better than some big bummer though there’s no CBS available and no NBC channels on streaming devices.
Honestly, if you’re looking for those local channels, grab an HD antenna, that should solve that problem for you.
Let’s talk about the experience with using good stuff. First it literally took me less than five minutes to be up, it’s easy to set up the interface which is not very tough to figure out, so finding something to watch was easy.
After using it for a while, it’s nice to turn on the TV and have all my favorite shows, it is easy for me to find now, I have some complaints, first, let’s talk about the pause, but you press it.
However, after you pause, when you hit the button again, you resume at live seriously, it defeats the entire purpose of the pause button.
As far as I’m concerned, another question is whether you’re going to watch commercials, this is my other little nitpicky thing, once you’ve subscribed to the channels, you want to add the premium channels, everything gets jumbled together in your arm, this is great, because you don’t have to go to a bunch of menus to see what you have available.
On the other hand, a show isn’t marked differently in that menu, whether it’s on FX or HBO, you have no idea whether the movie you want to watch is going to have commercial break.
This issue chased me away from on-demand content, if you prepay two months at the regular price, you get a free Roku streaming stick for long time cord cutters, this won’t sound too impressive.
If you’re new to cord cutting, this is a perfect device to get you started, get your feet under these deals, change all the time, so the bottom line on perks is that, check in with DIRECTV customer service before you sign up and find out what is right.
I like the ideas behind DirecTV, if you’re using the service, after a little while, you’ll get used to all the little quirks and you should have good experience with it as well.
If it were only about the user’s experience, I’d probably steer you toward one of their competitors, because I think they do it better, but DirecTV is fine, but it’s not about the interface, DirecTV now does a great job with its channel selection, live TV offerings and especially with its low prices on premium channel.
If you’re an HBO junkie like me, DirecTV now becomes extremely attractive, but the beautiful thing about this and the other services is that you have a seven-day trial period and no contract after that.
If you’re thinking about DirecTV now, it might be your best option, I’d say give it a try for a week or a month and see what you think if you support our channel by using the link in the description below.
Once you’ve used the service for a little while, come back here and let us know in the comments how your experience went. Thanks.