Earlier this year, AT&T announced it would be offering free HBO to customers on Unlimited Plus, its top-tier plan. Now, it’s extending the same deal to Unlimited Choice, beginning September 15th. The Unlimited Choice plan starts at $60, caps data speeds at 3Mbps, and only allows for standard definition viewing, or streaming video at about 480p. As with AT&T’s other plans, there’s also a limit of 22GB a month before your data might be throttled.
As for how you watch HBO, AT&T is offering the same three options it did when it first brought the deal to Unlimited Plus. If you already subscribe through an AT&T service, HBO will be included for no charge, and if you subscribe to an AT&T video service but not HBO, access will automatically be added to your wireless plan. Customers who don’t use any of AT&T’s video services will be able to access HBO through the DirecTV Now and HBO Go apps.
This year, AT&T also started including free HBO service for subscribers of the most expensive channel tiers on DirecTV.