Question: Do You Still Need A Satellite Dish For Directv?

AT&T to launch streaming DirecTV service, no dish required.

NEW YORK—You’ll no longer need a satellite dish to get DirecTV.

Parent AT&T is reaching out to cord cutters with three new streaming video options that are slated to launch in the fourth quarter.

No dish, set-top box or annual contract will be required.

Can you get directv without a satellite dish?

Can I get DIRECTV without a satellite dish? No. You will need a satellite dish in order to enjoy everything DIRECTV has to offer in terms of programming. DIRECTV dishes can come in a variety of sizes from round 18” to 36” x 22” oval.

Do you need a satellite for directv now?

While DirecTV Now is available everywhere in the United States, DirecTV is a satellite service, so you’ll need a satellite dish. While the beauty of a satellite dish is that you can use it from just about anywhere, it does mean that you’ve got to start modifying the outside of your house.

Can you watch directv without a box?

No, without a receiver you can’t watch DIRECTV® on it.