T-Mobile gives former AT&T customers a free year of Hulu, because DirecTV Now doesn’t work

After all, DIRECTV NOW sounded good on paper – a low-cost live TV service with access to over 100 channels, and the option to add premium networks like HBO for just $5 more per month. But early adopters have been disappointed with the service’s performance, which has suffered from glitches, freezing, buffering, and other issues. The Verge called it near unusable and, as TechCrunch reported, many customers were so angry they were denied refunds, they’ve filed complaints with the FCC. – Sarah Perez, TechCrunch http://tcrn.ch/2jpIBBC