AT&T has launched its U-verse service with 75 HD channels in Charlotte, North Carolina and Toledo, Ohio. The fiber-optic IPTV (Internet Protocol Television) service now offers U-verse TV and U-verse high speed internet as well as voice service to residents in those areas.
MGM has struck a deal with AT&T’s fiber-optic U-verse service to carry the MGM HD channel. The channel will also be distributed on cable systems that were carrying the Mojo HD channel which will end next month, that according to Multichannel News.
AT&T’s U-verse TV will introduce more HD channel options on Nov. 10 with a new HD Premium package. The package will feature Universal HD, MGM HD and Smithsonian Channel HD. The premium HD package will be available for an additional $5 a month. More channels will be added to the HD Premium package in the future.
AT&T will add 30 new HD channels to their U-verse line-up on Nov. 3. This brings the company’s high-definition offerings to over 75 channels, which the company says surpasses cable TV HD offerings in U-Verse serviced areas. The channels will be added to customer’s various service plans at no additional charge.
AT&T announced its U-verse service is now available in Flint and Saginaw, Michigan. Residents will now have the option of digital Standard Definition and HD (High Definition) channels via the company’s fiber-optic, all IP (Internet Protocol) television service.
A significant addition to its services, AT&T added HD VOD titles to its U-verse service, allowing customers to download video-on-demand content in high-definition. The HD VOD collection will start with titles such as Charlie Wilson’s War and Welcome Home, Roscoe Jenkins. Upcoming releases will include Leatherheads and The Incredible Hulk.
Residents in Lubbock, Texas now have the option of high-definition television from AT&T’s U-verse service. U-verse delivers 45 HD channels via its 100% IPTV based service. The U-verse package offers television, internet and voice in one service.
Residents of six Central Arkansas communities now have the option of IPTV based FiOS television service that includes a high-definition lineup from AT&T. Residents who subscribe to the company’s U-verse package will get up to 320 channels. The Arkansas communities include: Little Rock, North Little Rock, Maumelle, Benton, Cammack Village and Sherwood.
Folks in Wichita, KA will now have another choice for High-Definition (HD) television, as well as voice and internet services. AT&T launched its U-verse in the area, giving customers at least 45 HD channels to choose from, and a combo package combining television, internet and voice service.
Last Friday AT&T announced it would spend approximately $400 million to upgrade its networks to provide the fiber-optic based U-verse service across Alabama. The service provides customers who subscribe to the U-400 service at least 46 HD channels. The upgrade is expected to happen over several years.
AT&T reached 549,000 customers who use the IPTV based U-verse service. For the quarter ending June 30, AT&T posted a gain of 170,000 customers using the service. The company currently serves 11 million residents in 53 markets, offering all-digital standard-definition (SD) and high-definition (HD) channels to its customers.
AT&T announced today the launch of U-verse in parts of Miami-Dade and Broward counties Florida. The television/internet/phone service package will also be launching in Palm Beach County on July 28. U-verse will provide AT&T customers with at least 45 HD (high-definition) channels.
AT&T launched it’s U-verse broadband service in Miami Valley this week. The triple service offering will give customers the integrated services of AT&T U-verse TV, AT&T U-verse High Speed Internet and AT&T U-verse Voice. HDTV owners will have access to the 40 high-definition (HD) channels the company offers.
AT&T added 4 new HD (high-definition) channels to its U-verse service. Customers who subscribe to the U-400 package will now have access to at least 46 HD channels. The added channels include: USA Networks HD, Sci Fi Channel HD, Bravo …
AT&T U-verse, an IPTV service providing high definition (HD) channels, will now be expanding into more areas in Atlanta and the Southeast. AT&T subscribers will now be able to access more than 40 high definition channels.
Subscribers to AT&T’s U-verse package will now get three additional HBO channels in HD (high definition). The new HD channels include HBO2 HD, HBO Comedy HD and HBO Family HD. The channels are now part of the U400 plan, HBO subscription or Movie Package.
Strategy Analytics reports that IPTV revenues will grow rapidly to $14 billion in 2012 from 2007 revenues of $694 million. “2007 was a watershed year for IPTV in the US market,” said Ben Piper, Director of the Strategy Analytics Broadband Network Strategies service.
AT&T announced a distribution agreement with Turner Broadcasting System, Inc. to deliver TBS in HD and CNN HD as part of the AT&T U-verse(SM) TV High Definition (HD) channel lineup.
Under the agreement, AT&T U-verse TV customers now have access …