DirecTV Now offers free Roku Premiere 4K Streaming Media Player w/ two-months of paid service

from $70

DirecTV Now has launched a fresh promotion that offers new subscribers a free Roku Premiere with the purchase of of two-months of its streaming subscription service. For comparison, this streaming box usually sells for $70 at retailers like Amazon. It delivers 4K content and access to “4,500+ paid or free channels, including Netflix, Video, Hulu, and PBS KIDS.” Rated 4.3/5 stars by over 500 Amazon reviewers. Reminder, you’ll want to expire your subscription before two-months if you wish to not continue paying.

Pricing starts with the Live a Little $35 per month package that includes over 60 channels with big names like ESPN, TNT, TBS, and USA. You can upgrade to other plans for additional content and services. DirecTV Now is compatible with a number of devices, including iOS and Android. Learn more in our launch coverage for more details.

ICYMI: Amazon and DirecTV Now are offering a free Fire TV Stick when you pre-pay for one month of service, plans start at $35

Roku Premiere: New US customers only. Must prepay first two months of service. Online orders will be shipped via FedEx ground to address provided. Allow 2-3 weeks for delivery. Non-refundable. Offer limited to 2 per customer.

DIRECTV NOW: Compatible device & browser req’d. Residential customers only. Avail. in the U.S. only (excludes Puerto Rico and U.S. Virgin Islands). Svc renews monthly (currently min. $35/mo.), billed to payment method on file, until you cancel. Pricing, channels, features, and terms subject to change & may be modified or discontinued at any time without notice. Live Sports & Local Channels: Limited availibility. Channels vary by package & billing region. Device may need to be in billing region in order to view. Cancellation: View, modify or cancel at any time at

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