The first fruits of AT&T's $48 billion DirecTV acquisition will appear August 10.  

According to a press release, AT&T will offer a $200 wireless and cable bundle that includes HD and DVR basic TV service for up to four receivers, unlimited talk and text for four wireless lines, and 10GB of shareable wireless data. 

AT&T says the promotional price of $200 is good for 12 months after which the price of basic the U-Family package will increase from $50 to $93 per month, or those with DirecTV Select will go from $50 to $83 per month. Customers can also add AT&T's high-speed Internet service to the plan starting at a promotional price of $30 per month for speeds up to 6 Mbps. 

The promotional U-verse Internet plans include a cap and Early Termination Fee (ETF). The service is capped at 250GB of data, with an additional 50GB costing $10. Meanwhile any customer that cancels prior to the end of the 12-month contract will be on the hook for a $180 ETF. 

AT&T's Brad Bentley, executive vice president and chief marketing officer, AT&T Entertainment and Internet Services, said in a statement that the new bundle is just the first of many planned moves. 

“We’re going to deliver more TV and entertainment choices to more screens – when and where our customers want it," Bentley said. "And we’ll offer incredible value with more flexibility and convenience through our integrated packages that deliver a great experience.” 

Upon acquiring DirecTV, AT&T became the nation's largest pay TV provider with approximately 26 million customers.   

AT&T was up slightly at the opening bell to $35 per share.