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U-Verse to add more HD content

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 17 Dec 2007 18:21 User comments (2)

U-Verse to add more HD content AT&T has announced that its U-verse TV package will now include 8 additional HD channels, meaning the service will have a total of 40.
After a slow period, AT&T has reaffirmed its commitment to the package, saying it anticipates one million subscribers by the end of the year.

The new additions are: Animal Planet HD, CNN HD, Discovery HD, Science Channel HD, Starz Kids & Family HD, Superstation WGN HD, TLC HD, Versus HD, and Golf Channel HD.

The base cost for U-verse TV is $59 USD to $114 per month and the addition of the 40 HD channels will cost you $10 USD extra.

AT&T currently provides U-verse service in San Francisco, Oakland, San Jose, Santa Clara, Riverside, and Orange County California, Indianapolis, Detroit, Kansas City, Cleveland, Oklahoma City, Milwaukee, Austin, Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, San Antonio, and Fairfield County, Connecticut.


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2 user comments

118.12.2007 12:58

Seems a little steep to me. I got phone, internet (6MBPS), digital cable with HD and DVR and SHO for $150 month total as compared to $124/month for U-Verse w/ HD.

Plus there's that whole AT&T privacy policy/EULA change based upon the lawsuits for their complacence in the NSA illegal spying which says that all your personal data and usuage data belongs to AT&T to do with as they see fit so they can't be sued in the future for whatever they decide to do.

All Your Data Belong to Us... no thanks.

226.12.2007 15:54

Ehy would you want to watch Golf in HD i would see that as like if i was watching grass grow even with Tiger Woods playing.

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