AT&T is offering a deal for those looking to cut their cable bill. The company is offering DirecTV Now an extra $10, the company announced.

Customers who have AT&T’s $60-a-month Unlimited Choice plan for mobile phones will be able to subscribe to DirecTV Now for a bundle starting at $70 a month. The offer makes AT&T the only carrier that offers unlimited wireless service and live TV from one provider, the company notes.

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DirecTV Now Channel List

AT&T’s offer would come as a $25-per-month video credit that begins after three billing cycles. The $10 offer would work with DirecTV Now’s Live a Little package, which includes more than 60 TV channels and over 10,000 on-demand shows and movies. Channels in the plan include, MSNBC, MTV, CNN, Discover, Disney Channel, Telemundo, ABC, A&E and more. You can view the full DirecTV Now channel list here. The DirecTV Now plan allows users to stream live TV on their television set, phone or tablet and comes with no annual contract.

Customers can also use the AT&T $25 monthly video credit on DirecTV or U-verse TV other more expensive plans DirecTV Now plans.

DirecTV Now Plans

DirecTV Now has four plans, varying from $35 to $70:

  • Live a Little – $35/month (60+ channels)

  • Just Right – $50/month (80+ channels)

  • Go Big – $60/month (100+ channels)

  • Gotta Have it – $70/month (120+ channels)

"Customers shouldn't settle for plain-old unlimited plans,” said AT&T Entertainment Group chief marketing officer David Christopher in a statement. “With us, they can stream at least 60 live channels, as well as on-demand, premium channels, popular shows, and hit movies through DIRECTV NOW. And DIRECTV NOW requires no annual contract, no long-term commitment, no hassle.”

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AT&T’s move puts it ahead of Comcast’s plans. The company launched its $65 Xfinity mobile plan last month for its existing customers. Comcast is expected to release its streaming service Xfinity Instant TV later this year, offering $15-$40 per month plans. That would put the company head-to-head with AT&T, since both would offer mobile plans and packages for cable cord-cutters.

AT&T’s DirecTV Now deal comes after Roku announced it launched an early release of the service on in its devices. DirecTV Now is available on Roku TV 4K models, including the Roku Ultra, Roku Premiere+, Roku Premiere, Roku Express, Roku Express+, Roku Streaming Stick (model 3600R), Roku 4, Roku 3 and Roku 2 (model 4210). Roku said it was working with AT&T to add more devices.

If you have a Roku TV and want to try out DirecTV Now, you can use the code ROKU1MONTH for a free one-month trial (offer ends Aug. 31). After the month is up, you’ll be billed automatically $35 a month unless you cancel the plan.