AT&T launches U-verse in N. Carolina and Florida

AT&T has launched its U-verse IPTV (Internet Protocol Television) service in both Raleigh, NC and Orlando, FL. The U-verse television/internet/voice service provides all-digital programming (350 channels) including a selection of HD channels.

In North Carolina, the areas include Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill, Cary and Garner. The introduction of U-verse TV in those areas is two years in the making and will bring competition to cable television providers.

AT&T has not announced the specific areas in NC, fearing a quick response from competitor Time Warner Cable. Instead, AT&T will notify residents of the new television option by mail, that according to The News & Observer.

AT&T says it offers at least 85 HD channels in every market and recording of up to 4 streams (2 in high definition) with their U-verse DVR. For a list of the HD channels AT&T offers visit their site.

3 COMMENTS

  1. I would give up a meal a day to be able to ditch TWC. (Can’t do satellite due to the trees.) The website still shows it as not available in my area. Come on, A T & T. Raleigh’s waiting.

  2. […] Hmmm …. Dish Network better make sure it gets all the bugs out of this 922 box before they release it to customers. My 722 has had bigtime problems with "audio dropouts". I’m thinking about ditching Dish Network and going with AT&T "U-Verse" since it is coming to my area (Raleigh, NC). It sounds very similar to Verizon’s FIOS service, which I hear is awesome. AT&T launches U-verse in N. Carolina and Florida | HD-Report […]

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