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AT&T IPTV U-verse

Informative regarding current development and roll out status of ‘s product in San Antonio. over at SATechBlog has signed on as a U-verse beta tester and is featured in the story written by .

Basic gist of the first impressions I got from the story is that the U-verse user interface is superior but with no or yet, be prepared for the tradeoff. No integrated HD has a suitable workaround since most of the can’t miss sports events and TV shows are still available in free HD on the major networks. (from my subjective point of view, one plus to that method is that OTA HD looks better than cable HD) Still, no DVR could be deal breaker. Those things change the way you watch TV. Article says DVR and HD services should be live on U-verse by the fall. And unfortunately, still no . No mention on U-verse pricing bundles in the article either.

In the meantime, if you’re an early adopter yourself or have been waiting for your chance to say adi

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Filed under distribution by david cummings on Saturday 20 May 2006 at 12:44 pm


1 Comment

  1. Comment by Alan Weinkrantz — May 20, 2006 @ 10:30 pm avatar

    Hey David…thanks for the mention. How about breakfast real soon at the Olmos Park Pharmacy. After breakfast, you can come over if if you want to see the service in action.

    Let me know

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