AT&T U-verse

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AT&T U-verse

A triple-play TV, Internet and phone service from AT&T. Launched in 2006 initially as an Internet-based TV service (IPTV) in Houston and subsequently nationwide, the U-verse branding has gone through some ups and downs. In 2016, AT&T announced it was killing the U-verse brand because it was directing customers to its DirecTV satellite service. However, as of 2019, U-verse services were still available in certain cities. See AT&T Worldnet and AT&T.
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In a message appearing on its TV station websites Sunday morning (3/26), Raycom Media has reached an agreement that ends its retransmission fee impasse with AT&T U-Verse .
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Tomorrow, Crown Media Family Networks and AT&T launch Hallmark Channel and Hallmark Movies & Mysteries on AT&T U-verse TV.
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AT&T announced in April that it wants to bring its ultrafast U-Verse GigaPower Internet service to as many as 25 metropolitan areas in the U.S.
AT&T continues to expand the ways U-verse TV customers can control and watch their TV shows.
Using the power of its AT&T U-verse IPTV platform, AT&T* is quickly making content and features available across more screens and devices, and today announced two innovative ways to watch hit TV shows.
AT&T* has announced the launch of AT&T U-verse[R] services in parts of Decatur, including AT&T U-verse TV, AT&T U-verse High Speed Internet and AT&T U-verse Voice.
The HD channel additions follow a recent expansion of the U-verse TV channel lineup to include more international programming channels and 100 or more HD channels in every U-verse TV market in early March.
THE BATTLE FOR TELEVISION SERVICE subscribers continues to ramp up as a telecommunications giant recently introduced its U-verse system to a string of northwest Arkansas communities.