Southeastern Conference football games may not be a viewing option for DirecTV and AT&T subscribers this weekend. The SEC Network is among a list of three other networks that these subscribers may not have access to either.
AT&T and the SEC Network have yet to come to a contractual agreement, according to instantaccesstv.com Due to this, DirecTV and AT&T subscribers could miss any show on ESPN, Disney, Freeform and ABC.
Friday, SEC Network informed fans of the discord on Twitter.
Instant Access TV stated the following when informing their subscribers:
"Unfortunately, so far AT&T has refused to reach a fair, market-based agreement with us, despite the fact that the terms we are seeking are in line with recent marketplace deals we have reached with other distributors. If a deal is not reached soon, DIRECTV and AT&T video subscribers could lose access to ABC, ESPN and more."
Instant Access also said they believe this is unfair to their viewers. Stating, "You deserve the full set of channels you are paying for. That is why we are working hard to reach a fair, market-based deal with AT&T based on terms in line with the deals we have with other providers in the area."
To get any further questions you may have answered, visit instantaccestv.com.
Instant Access is also asking for subscribers to call DirecTV and AT&T is you wish to keep them in your lineup.
AT&T and DirecTV video customers could miss:
- The local news
- The Good Doctor
- The final season of Modern Family
- Exclusive Monday Night Football matchups
- College Football
- Disney Channel
- Disney Junior
- Disney XD