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AT&T Delivers Streaming Access for DirectTV NFL Sunday Ticket

Anyone who subscribes to DirecTV's NFL Sunday Ticket package will be able to stream every live out-of-market regular season game every Sunday afternoon.

April 29, 2016

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EL SEGUNDO, Calif. -- Customers of DIRECTV, the satellite TV service owned by AT&T*, will have a level playing field when they subscribe to NFL SUNDAY TICKET in its 22nd season on DIRECTV.

Anyone who subscribes to DIRECTV’s NFL SUNDAY TICKET package will be able to stream every live out-of-market regular season game every Sunday afternoon. They no longer need to upgrade to NFL SUNDAY TICKET MAX.

"Streaming of NFL SUNDAY TICKET exploded last year— up 35%. This further proves customers want to watch their favorite team wherever they are,” said David Christopher, chief marketing officer, AT&T Entertainment Group. “That will grow more this year, now that every customer can enjoy live games on a second screen or on-the-go without having to pay more.”

In addition to the streaming option to watch virtually anywhere, the basic NFL SUNDAY TICKET package will continue to deliver every regular season game live every Sunday afternoon on satellite TV. Fans can also watch in the comfort of their living room. All in HD. They’ll have Game Mix channels, featuring up to 8 live games on one screen. And can also track scores, stats and standings on their TV. Fantasy fans can follow their players and team stats throughout the day on Player Tracker.

NFL SUNDAY TICKET MAX includes the regular package features and premium services familiar to avid fans, like the popular RED ZONE CHANNEL and the exclusive DIRECTV FANTASY ZONE™ Channel. These services are available on TV and for streaming. Short Cuts is a streaming-only feature that has replays of full games, each in less than 30 minutes. Streaming games on NFL SUNDAY TICKET are available on smartphones, tablets, computers and other popular connected devices.

Live games on NFL SUNDAY TICKET start Sunday, Sept. 11, 2016. For more information, visit directv.com/NFL.

AT&T Inc. (NYSE: T)

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