AT&T U-verse Expands HD Channel Lineup to Include More HBO HD Networks
San Antonio.- AT&T U-verseSM TV customers can now enjoy even more High Definition (HD) channels as part of their extensive HD lineup. AT&T Inc. (NYSE:T) and Home Box Office, Inc. (HBO) today announced the addition of three HBO HD channels to the U-verse TV channel lineup, including HBO2 HD, HBO Comedy HD and HBO Family HD.
With these additions, U-verse TV customers who subscribe to the HD service option have access to a lineup of more than 40 HD channels. Customers receive HBO channels with a U400 subscription or the addition of an HBO or Movie Package.
“We’re excited for U-verse TV customers to experience HBO’s original and compelling content in HD,” said Dan York, head of content and programming, AT&T Entertainment Services. “Today’s viewers demand an HD experience that offers more HD and more value — and we’re delivering on that demand with a growing HD lineup and important items like HD-capable equipment included in every programming package.”
HD service is available for $10 a month with any U-verse TV programming package. All U-verse TV packages include HD-ready equipment, and most include an HD-capable DVR.
AT&T is the only national provider to offer a 100 percent Internet Protocol-based television (IPTV) service, making AT&T U-verse TV one of the most advanced television offerings available anywhere. AT&T is deploying next-generation video services, including AT&T U-verse TV, as part of the company’s mission to connect people with their world, everywhere they live and work, and do it better than anyone else.
Customers who want additional information on AT&T U-verse TV — or to find out whether it’s available in their area — can visit http://uverse.att.com. U-verse TV customers can get more information about U-verse TV programming and television events by visiting http://uverse.att.com/uconnect.
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