AT&T announces $50 billion wireless plan that includes AT&t U-Verse, DirecTV Now and more

AT&Ts U-verse is a $50.5 billion deal that includes a wireless broadband service.

That is a massive increase over what Verizon Wireless offers, which is a smaller plan that will include DirecTSD Now and unlimited streaming of the MLB Network.

AT&Ts wireless broadband will allow customers to download, stream and watch TV content from up to 60 different devices and apps at once.

The U-verse plan is priced at $70 a month for 4GB of data and unlimited talk and text.

AT&ts U-versa plan is $130 a month and includes 4GB data and 500MB of text and video, plus unlimited talk, text and data.

The DirecTDS-NOW plan is not available in this price range, but AT&s plans will be available in a similar price range when it launches in early 2018.

Verizon Wireless customers will be able to upgrade to the DirecTiVo service with a $30 fee that can be used for additional services and services like voice calling and streaming video.

The company said it will offer its service in a variety of markets and on a nationwide basis.

Verizon is the fourth major U.S. wireless provider to announce a deal with AT&S to offer a wireless service.

Other carriers include AT&M, Sprint and Verizon Wireless.

AT & T is not included in any of those deals.