How to Watch DirecTV [AT&T TV] on Roku Streaming Device

How to Watch DirecTV [AT&T TV] on Roku Streaming Device

What is DirecTV

AT&T TV, previously known as DirecTV, has both Live TV and on-request content on a membership premise. On the off chance that you are a current AT&T TV client, you can stream media content straightforwardly utilizing your satellite TV membership with no additional expense. On Roku streaming gadgets, you can watch DirecTV content through AT&T TV, which is accessible as an independent channel on the Roku channel store. So how about we perceive how to add and stream DirecTV on Roku.

DirecTV Plan & Pricing

  • Entertainment Package – $64.99 per month
  • Choice Package – $69.99 per month
  • Ultimate Package – $84.99 per month
  • Premier Package – $134.99 per month

How to Watch DirecTV [AT&T TV] on Roku

Follow the steps to watch DirecTV on Roku

  1. Go to Roku home screen.
  2. Search for AT&T TV.
  3. Click on Add channel button to add DirecTV from the channel store.
  4. Login DirecTV with your right username and password.
  5. Now you are good to go to stream DirecTV.

List Of Roku Devices Compatible to Stream AT&T TV

  • Roku Streaming Stick (3500X, 3600X, 3800X)
  • Roku Streaming Stick+ (3810X, 3811X)
  • Roku Express (3700X, 3900X, 3930X)
  • Roku Express+ (3710X, 3910X, 3931X)
  • Roku Premiere (3920X, 4620X)
  • Roku Premiere+ (3921X, 4630X)
  • Roku Ultra (4640X, 4660X, 4661X, 4670X)
  • Roku LT (2700X)
  • Roku 1 SE (2710X)
  • Roku 2 (2720X, 4210X)
  • Roku 3 (4200X, 4230X)
  • Roku 4 (4400X)
  • Non-4K Roku TV (5000X, 8000X)
  • 4K Roku TV (6000X, 7000X, A000X, C000X, C000GB)
  • Roku Smart Soundbar (9100X)

Alternative Way: Screen Mirror AT&T TV on Roku

Follow the steps to learn how to Screen Mirror AT&TV on Roku.

  1. Install AT&T TV app from the PlayStore.
  2. Choose the Cast option.
  3. Select Roku from the list.
  4. Now Launch the DirecTV app and Login with right username & password.

Alternative Way: Screen Mirror AT&T TV on PC

  1. Visit
  2. Login to your account.
  3. Through your keyboard, Press Windows + P.
  4. Now choose connect to a wireless display.
  5. Now select your Roku device.
  6. Now you can start streaming.
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