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AT&T Launches The Weather Channel App on U-verse TV
Want to know if the weather outside is frightful?
AT&T's U-verse with GigaPower to Speed into Austin Neighborhoods in December
Next month AT&T (NYSE:T) will begin lighting up Austin with AT&T U-verse with GigaPower, an all-fiber, lightning-fast Internet network featuring the fastest consumer broadband speeds in town and a better HD TV experience....
AT&T U-verse to Televise Barcelona vs. Real Madrid Game Live in 3D
AT&T U-verse® TV will televise the first El Clásico match of the season between Barcelona and Real Madrid, live and in 3D from Camp Nou in Barcelona on Saturday, Oct. 26, at 12 p.m. ET.
BBC America HD Launches on AT&T U-verse
BBC AMERICA and AT&T U-verse TV announced today a renewal of their carriage agreement, which includes the launch of the award-winning channel in high definition.
The Fun of Karaoke TV Turns Living Rooms Into a Party Destination
Warm up your pipes.
AT&T U-verse Launches More Than 100 Live Channels on Smartphone and Tablet
Watch your favorite TV shows outside.
AT&T to Deliver the First All Fiber 1 Gigabit Broadband Network to Austin
Austin, get ready to binge watch television and download shows in seconds, wipe out your online gaming opponents before they see you coming, and communicate with business associates through a high quality video conference call....
BabyFirst Launches September 30 on AT&T U-verse TV
BabyFirst, the child development TV network devoted to delivering high-quality child development programming to tots and their parents, makes its debut on AT&T U-verse TV Sept. 30.
TV Viewers Rate AT&T U-verse Highest in Customer Satisfaction in J.D. Power Study
Consumers say AT&T U-verse TV outperforms all TV providers in customer satisfaction in the North Central region, according to the J.D. Power 2013 Residential Television Service Provider Satisfaction Study released today....
45 Mbps U-verse Internet Service to Arrive in Five More States
AT&T U-verse customers in five additional states will be able to order home High Speed Internet at speeds of up to 45 Mbps downstream and up to 6 Mbps upstream, beginning Sunday, Sept. 29.