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Comcast Xfinity—TV without limits

 

Access over 234 channels in brilliant HD.1 Record up to 4 shows at once with Total Home DVR®. And stream shows virtually anywhere you go on your phone, tablet, or computer.2 Comcast Xfinity TV is delivered through an advanced fiber-optic network that provides exciting interactive features when combined with other AT&T services.

Total Home DVR

 

Busy schedule? You don’t have to miss your favorite TV show or the big game. With Total Home DVR, you can record up to 4 shows at once—plus, it’s included in every package.

Premium channels

 

On selection of Comcast Xfinity TV packages, you’ll get HBO® and Cinemax®included at no extra cost for the first 3 months. Don’t miss the original shows and must-see movies that has everyone talking.
After 3 months standard rate (currently $26) applies unless canceled by customer.
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Get the entertainment you want with Comcast Xfinity TV all-included packages

$ 125 plus tax /Mo

At&t TV service U450


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$ 70 plus tax /Mo

At&t TV service U200


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$ 50 plus tax /Mo

At&t tv service U family


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Combine and save

 

Combine U-verse TV with AT&T Internet and enjoy amazing savings. Plus, get all of your services on 1 convenient bill.

Unleash your entertainment with DIRECTV

 

DIRECTV is available nationwide and delivers the ultimate entertainment experience. Combine it with AT&T wireless for on-the-go entertainment.

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An AT&T U-verse TV system is displayed for sale at a store in Manhattan Beach, Calif., in July 2013.

An AT&T U-verse TV system is displayed for sale at a store in Manhattan Beach, Calif., in July 2013. Credit: Patrick T. Fallon/Bloomberg

AT&T is phasing out the U-verse TV service as it pushes new customers to newly acquired DirecTV, a sign the company is giving up on once-heralded plans to compete head-on with cable through telephone lines.

AT&T has stopped building U-verse set-top boxes and is nudging prospective customers toward its satellite unit, which has lower hardware and programming costs. The shift is the first stage of a plan to create a “home gateway” within three years that will consolidate all AT&T services and act as a central hub to deliver video to any device.

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