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Next-generation Communications & Entertainment Expands in the Alamo City.

AT&T Inc. has expanded availability in San Antonio of AT&T U-verse services, which now include
High Definition (HD) programming and other new features that set it apart from other offerings in
the marketplace.

The new features, available to new and existing customers, include:

  • HD technology that produces images more than twice as detailed as standard
    analog TV delivering rich, realistic video and multi-channel, movie theater quality
    sound. AT&T U-verse offers customers access to a growing lineup of more than
    25 HD channels, more than the local cable providers. New HD customers can
    receive two months of free HD programming ($10 per month thereafter).
  • Web-remote access to digital video recorder (DVR), which allows customers to
    schedule recordings using their AT&T Yahoo!® Internet account. This feature is
    unique to AT&T among local providers.
  • The ability to record up to four programs at once using a DVR receiver, another
    exclusive feature unmatched in the marketplace.
  • An expanded lineup of available programming with more than 300 channels,
    including digital music, local, and premium movie and sports programming.
  • New set top boxes, manufactured by Motorola, all of which are HD-capable and
    include specially-designed universal remote controls that provide backlit buttons
    and one-touch access to VOD, DVR, and other services.
"Since we launched AT&T U-verse in San Antonio earlier this year, we've told our customers that
HD was on the way," said Brooks McCorcle, vice president and general manager of the South
Texas region. "Today we proudly deliver that promise of 27 channels of HD programming and
other great new features."

A&E HD
Cinemax HD East
Cinemax HD West

Discovery HD Theater
ESPN HD
ESPN 2 HD

Food Network HD
HBO East
HBO West

HDNet
HDNet Movies
HGTV HD

ABC (local)
CBS (local)
NBC (local)

Fox (local)
MHD
National Geographic HD

NFL Network HD
Showtime East
Showtime West

TMC HD
TNT HD
Starz HD East

Starz HD West
Universal HD
WealthTV HD

"We will continue to bring exciting features to our U-verse customers over the next several months.", McCorcle said.

Source: https://uverse1.att.com/launchAMSSNotAuthenticated.do?target_action=SelectOffer&categoryId=WEB1 (registration may be required)
 
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