This is going to be a little bit of a long read, but I figured other ATT, DirectTV customers may benefit. The DW and I enjoy the outdoors, but when the weather is bad or we turn in for the night, we enjoy a little TV. Previously we packed a small 8" TV and a thumbdrive with some downloaded shows on it that plugged into the TV....it worked pretty good until we were stuck inside for an entire trip due to the weather. We started thinking outside the box and found a way to get live TV in the camper using things we already had....we only needed to purchase a 150Watt inverter since we usually boondock ($16). So while it is not totally free, after the inverter purchase it cost us nothing additional. Here is what is needed: 1. Be a DirecTV and ATT cellular customer. We have Direct TV at home and have ATT cell phone plans. This combination allows to the stream a bunch of live channels without using any data. Using the DirectTV app, you can watch the live TV on your phone for free. If you want to take advantage of this on a bigger screen... 2. 19" LED flatscreen TV. This is the TV we normally use in out kitchen. It weighs nothing. We will just grab and pack it when we leave for a trip. 2. Amazon fire stick (a Roku or Chromecast would probably work as well). We already own this and it is already connected to our kitchen TV 3. a small wireless router. I cannot rave enough about the HooToo tripmate. I already owned this from when I used to travel for work. Not only is it tiny, its USB powered, and has a USB port and app you can use to access and watch downloaded content from a thumbdrive. Love it. Cost about $20. How to put it all together.... The Amazon firestick is connected to the TV. Our phones (Samsung Galaxy 9 and 10) allow screen mirroring, as does the firestick. Both phone and firestick need to be on the same network to work. This is where the HooToo comes in. Connect the firestick to the HooToo, connect the phone to the HooToo, now they are on the same network. Make sure mobile data is turned on on your phone, turn on mirroring on both phone and firestick, open the direcTV app, watch your live TV fullscreen on the TV using mirroring. This has worked great for us so far. We added an inverter so we can run it off the deep cycle battery. As well as added a USB charger to run the firestick and charge the phone will streaming live. We mounted all this mess to the back of the TV for less clutter and ease of moving the TV between the house and the camper. It sounds like a process, but its really not....figured some others may get some use out of a similar setup.