All 64 games of the NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Championship will be streamed live through video and audio feeds on AT&T's mobile network, the wireless carrier announced today.
Through AT&T's Mobile TV and Radio services, users will be able to tap into live feeds from ESPN and CBS to watch every single one of the "March Madness" basketball games from March 16 to April 5.
Complementing the March Madness announcement, AT&T also launched a new promotion today that slashes the prices for several of its phones in half. This mostly applies to its lower-end, sub-$50 devices, although the Samsung Mythic and Flight are included. Each of those is now only around $130 after a $50 rebate.
The two live broadcasting services have separate subscription models, even for customers with an existing unlimited data plan. AT&T Mobile TV costs $9.99 per month and AT&T Radio is $6.99.
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