DIRECTV + Internet Options

John Dilley
Researcher & Writer
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Published on April 28, 2021

Does DIRECTV have internet?

You can bundle your DIRECTV service with AT&T Internet (as long as AT&T offers internet service in your area). Bundling AT&T Internet and satellite TV together can save you $10 per month. DIRECTV used to bundle with other internet providers, but now the only official bundles are with AT&T.

If AT&T Internet isn’t available where you live, you probably have other internet options as well. You can quickly find all available internet options available to you by typing your zip code into our search tool.

Check for local internet service options

Some areas have half a dozen internet options to pair with your DIRECTV service, while others have just a few. And if you live in a rural or hard-to-reach area, you’ll probably be able to get internet from a satellite provider. In some locations, satellite internet is the only internet option. 

There aren’t any satellite internet and TV bundles, since these services are offered by different companies, but getting both is still a good idea if you live in a remote or rural area.

AT&T Internet + DIRECTV Deal

For $99.99, you can get DIRECTV’s ENTERTAINMENT package plus AT&T Internet 100 for $99.99 per month for the first 12 months (this offer is good until 6/12/2021). If you want to get the scoop on channels included in this package, head over to

Can you bundle DIRECTV with HughesNet internet?

You can get HughesNet or Viasat satellite internet service along with DIRECTV, but it isn’t technically a bundle. You’ll need to sign up with each service separately, but they complement each other well. Using satellite TV service along with satellite internet will cut down on the need for video streaming in your household, saving you a lot of money in internet data costs.

Which satellite internet should I get with DIRECTV?

We recommend Viasat over HughesNet for most satellite internet users, since Viasat speeds are faster in many areas. Viasat also offers more data on average—up to 300 GB per month with the biggest Viasat plan. Of course, you can’t get faster speeds and more data without paying more—Viasat prices are slightly higher than HughesNet (with the exception of Viasat’s slow Liberty plans, which top out at 12 Mbps).

For more information, check out our Viasat, HughesNet, and satellite TV service reviews.

Double dish

Keep in mind that subscribing to satellite TV and satellite internet will require the installation of two separate dishes from two different companies.


AT&T Internet + DIRECTV bundles

Download speed
Channel count
Get it
DIRECTV ENTERTAINMENT + AT&T Internet$89.99*100 Mbps160+
DIRECTV CHOICE™ + AT&T Internet$104.99*100 Mbps185+
DIRECTV ULTIMATE + AT&T Internet$109.99*100 Mbps250+

*ENTERTAINMENT 1-YR BUNDLE PRICE: Ends 6/12/21. Pricing for first 12 mos. only.  After 12 mos. or loss of eligibility, then prevailing rates apply (currently $157.00/mo for ENTERTAINMENT Pkg ($102/mo.) + Internet ($55/mo.), unless cancelled or changed prior to end of the promo period.  Prices as of 4/26/2021 for 12 months plus taxes & internet equip. fee. w/ 24-mo. TV agmt & combined bill. Autopay & Paperless bill req’d. TV price higher in 2nd year. $10/mo. internet equip. fee applies.

Any of these bundles give you a discount on AT&T 100 Mbps internet service, which is usually $45 per month. If you’re a football fan, we recommend you select CHOICE or ULTIMATE, either of which give you a free year of NFL SUNDAY TICKET.

DIRECTV Pros and Cons

Pro Bullet Wide range of packages
Pro Bullet Great DVR included
Con Bullet Monthly equipment fees
Con Bullet Regional sports fees
Con Bullet Price increase after first year

DIRECTV Satellite TV

Enjoy endless entertainment with DIRECTV satellite television.

DIRECTV offers top-tier entertainment with hundreds of channels and a wide range of packages. The included DIRECTV Genie HD DVR records hours of your favorite programs and lets you watch them whenever you want.

Plus, DIRECTV is the only place you’ll find NFL SUNDAY TICKET, which provides every out-of-market NFL game, every Sunday. With so many entertainment options, there will always be something good to watch on DIRECTV. Learn more about satellite TV service on our DIRECTV review page.

Finding internet in your area

Although there are only a few satellite TV and internet bundle discounts, there are several ways to get high-speed internet with your DIRECTV service. We recommend that you find the best solution for your home, whether or not you’ll get a bundle discount. Because good internet and good TV are a great combination.

FAQ about DIRECTV internet bundles

Can I get DIRECTV internet?

No, DIRECTV does not offer satellite internet service, but you can bundle DIRECTV with AT&T internet. DIRECTV is owned by AT&T, so if you live in an area with AT&T Internet, you can get both services and save $10 per month.

What DIRECTV internet speed can I get with an AT&T bundle?

You can get AT&T Internet speeds up to 100 Mbps with a DIRECTV and internet bundle.

How much does it cost to get internet service paired with DIRECTV?

The price for DIRECTV and internet bundles starts at $94.98 per month (which includes internet and DIRECTV satellite TV service). You can bundle AT&T Internet service with any DIRECTV plan.

Can I get DIRECTV internet-only plans?

No, you can’t get an internet-only plan from DIRECTV (since DIRECTV doesn’t offer internet service), but you can get internet from AT&T, Viasat, HughesNet, or another provider in your area to use along with your DIRECTV service.

To get a list of internet providers in your area, type your zip code below.
John Dilley
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John Dilley
With over five years writing about the internet industry, John has developed a deep knowledge of internet providers and technology. Prior to writing professionally, John graduated with a degree in strategic communication from the University of Utah. His education and experience make his writing easy to understand, even when covering complex topics. John’s work has been cited by, PCMag, The Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, and more.