As far as entertainment companies go, Disney and AT&T are two of the most well-known. Both fall at different ends of the spectrum, however when it comes to pricing and streaming capabilities. While Disney Plus is an on-demand service, AT&T TV Now is as close as you can get to cable without the restrictive contract. When it comes to pricing Disney Plus is more affordable, while AT&T TV Now is one of the more expensive services available. Both offer high-resolution streaming over a variety of devices. You can view your favorite programs from the comfort of your own home or while you are across the country on vacation. Similarities Both Disney Plus and AT&T TV Now offer subscribers the convenience of being completely portable. The only requirements for viewing is a device capable of supporting the app and an internet connection to stream it over. Another similarity has to do with the programming. While Disney Plus is strictly on-demand, it does offer you a wide selection of programs to choose from. If you choose the bundle package, you not only get all of the Disney content, you also get ESPN Plus and Hulu w/ads. Hulu offers many current television series with the only drawback being that you have to wait 24 hours to view the current episode. AT&T TV Now offers a good selection of channels as well as the option for premium movies and sports as well. Both also offer pay by the month plans. Differences Aside from Disney Plus being an on-demand service and AT&T TV Now offering live programming, the next huge difference is the price. While both offer pay by the month plans that allow you to start and stop service whenever you choose, Disney Plus also offers the option to pay by the year and receive two months free on their basic package. If you choose to pay for three years upfront and sign up prior to the November 12 launch date, you can save almost $80. Another difference is that Disney offers many of the classics kids programs as well as many family-friendly shows. AT&T TV Now offers all of the premium movie channels like HBO, Cinemax, and Showtime. Costs & Monthly Plans Disney Plus allows you the option of paying in advance or paying month to month. If you pay month-to month, you can start/stop your service whenever you like. Paying by the year will get you two months free with the basic service or a savings of almost $80 if you pay for three years. The basic plan costs $6.99 by the month or $69.99 by the year. The bundle plan that includes both ESPN Plus and Hulu w/ads will run you $12.99 a month. AT&T TV Now has multiple package options designed to meet most subscribers' needs. The Plus plan starts out at $50 and provides close to 40 channels. Next, you have the Max plan for $70 a month. It includes both sports and movie channels. With the Entertainment plan, you are forced to give up the sports and movie channels even though you have to pay $93 a month. For $110 a month, you get back the sports and movie channels and the channel count increases to 85. The Xtra package costs $124 for 105 channels. For $135, you get 125 channels with the Ultimate package. Finally, for $86 a month, you can choose the Spanish package that includes 40 English channels and 50 Spanish ones. Original Series Pixar, Star Wars, Marvel, and National Geographic are all holdings of Disney. Since Disney owns all of the companies it features as well as all the content produced by them, their catalog of original program is wide-ranging. AT&T TV Now does not currently have any original series or movies. Live TV There are no live channels available with Disney Plus. The closest you will get is with the bundled offering and the Hulu w/ads that allows you to watch current episodes of certain series 24 hours after they originally air. AT&T TV Now offers over 135 channels with their most expensive package. With their packages, you get a variety of live sports channels as well as many of the premium movie channels like Cinemax, HBO, and Showtime. Summary: Disney Plus vs AT&T TV Now Disney Plus is a good choice for anyone who is a huge Disney fan. The service offers the largest library of Disney content around, including movies from the 50s and 60s. Being able to stream it from any location makes it great entertainment for the kids while you are traveling. AT&T TV Now is the better choice if you want all of the benefits of cable without the contract. If you don't mind the cable pricing, it's a good choice and you can take your favorite cable channels with you when you travel.