AT&T used to personal Warner Media, which in flip owns HBO and its related streaming providers, however AT&T completed its sale of Warner to Discovery earlier this year. Now we’re seeing the primary real-world results of the deal: no extra free Sport of Thrones for AT&T limitless subscribers.
AT&T previously offered an ‘Limitless Elite’ plan for $50/line (with 4 traces) that bundled a subscription to HBO Max, the present streaming service from Warner (now Warner Bros Discovery) that features Sport of Thrones, DC’s Peacemaker, Succession, Westworld, and plenty of different common exhibits and movies. Limitless Premium additionally provided limitless discuss, textual content, and information, together with 40 GB of hotspot information and 6 months of Google Stadia Professional entry.
Nonetheless, as initially noticed by NextTV, AT&T has replaced ‘Limitless Elite’ with ‘Limitless Premium’. It’s virtually precisely an identical to the sooner plan, with the identical pricing, however HBO Max entry is not included. As an alternative, AT&T has bumped the hotspot information quantity from 40 GB to 50 GB.
AT&T isn’t eradicating HBO Max from present Limitless Elite clients, however it’s not an choice anymore for brand spanking new subscribers (or anybody switching plans). AT&T informed NextTV in an announcement, “”HBO Max is a good service, however we always experiment with the options we provide our clients to provide them one of the best worth.”
Cricket, the pre-paid cellular community owned by AT&T, nonetheless gives HBO Max with commercials (which often prices $10/mo) with its unlimited data plan. In the meantime, T-Cell nonetheless consists of entry to Netflix with a few of its plans, and some Verizon plans include the ‘Disney Bundle‘ (Disney+, Hulu with advertisements, and ESPN+).