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AT&T U-Verse outages hitting some US consumers

AT&T U-Verse outages hitting some US consumers

If you're an AT&T U-Verse customer, then there's a chance that you've been experiencing some problems with your service lately. AT&T U-Verse service has been suffering from outages in some areas of the US, with little in the way of an explanation from the company. All we know is that AT&T is working to bring U-Verse service, which includes TV, Internet, and phone, back to these affected areas.

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AT&T U-verse subscribers get Starz Play, Encore Play, and Movieplex Play

AT&T U-verse subscribers get Starz Play, Encore Play, and Movieplex Play

AT&T and Starz Entertainment have announced that U-Verse subscribers now have access to three new online authenticated premium movie offerings. This week marked the launch of availability for U-Verse subscribers of Starz Play, Encore Play, and Movieplex Play. To get access to these online services customers do have to subscribe to the premium channels via the cable network.

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AT&T throws $14bn at Project VIP to boost LTE and U-verse

AT&T throws $14bn at Project VIP to boost LTE and U-verse

AT&T will pump $14bn into 4G and wireline expansion over the next three years, the carrier has announced, in an attempt to blanket 300m people with LTE by the end of 2014. The frantic deployment will see the lion's share - $8bn - spent on wireless, with $6bn on wireline initiatives, and has been dubbed Project Velocity IP (VIP); AT&T will also increasingly look to get consumers and businesses wanting broadband connections online via 4G when wired hook-ups are impractical.

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AT&T U-Verse customers can now get Facebook TV app

AT&T U-Verse customers can now get Facebook TV app

In some areas, fans of TV can get access to their favorite shows via AT&T U-Verse. Sadly, my area isn't one of the served U-Verse areas so from outside using satellite or small-town cable networks, U-Verse sounds very interesting. Customers not only the get TV shows via a cable box, AT&T also allows access via other devices such as the Xbox 360.

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AT&T U-verse on Xbox 360 temporarily suspended

AT&T U-verse on Xbox 360 temporarily suspended

If you switched cable providers for the express purpose of being able to watch TV on your gaming console, then hopefully the companies AT&T and Microsoft were not part of that decision. AT&T has dropped its U-verse TV service from the Xbox 360, but it's only temporary as the company says it wants to tweak the service so that it can "improve and enhance this functionality."

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AT&T U-verse customers can get industry’s first wireless receiver on Oct 31

AT&T U-verse customers can get industry’s first wireless receiver on Oct 31

I think in every place I have ever lived I have stood in at least one room and wondered why the builder put the cable outlet in that spot. Generally, if you want the cable outlet on another wall you end up having to get a new outlet added to the room or running a cable under the floor or across the room. If you live in an AT&T U-verse area you will have a new option starting on October 31 that will make it a snap to get your U-verse box in any room you want, on any wall, without having to use wires or cables even if that room has no outlet.

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