A new online service is expected to join the market next year.
AT&T is planning to launch a streaming video service that features films and TV shows.
This stems from the acquisition of its blockbuster purchase of Time Warner.
It will center around HBO and offer a selection of AT&T owned movies and series, but won't replace the existing streaming service HBO Now.
The company has not yet said what the service will be named, or set a price.
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AT&T to launch video streaming service in 2019
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