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AT&T U-verse Reaches 100K

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It hardly sounds like a lot when compared to cable TV numbers or even Verizon’s FiOS TV subscribers, but AT&T’s milestone of 100,000 U-verse customers is an important one. AT&T far outstrips any other all-IPTV rollouts in the United States. The general consensus is that one day everything will be IP-based, but most operators are content to keep “one day” pretty far off in the distance. AT&T on the other hand is acting the role of pioneer, betting that an IP-based system will get the company to the holy grail of convergence faster, or at least more profitably, than its rivals.

Here’s to innovation and pioneering. And to lots of transport options for bringing the triple play home.

4 Responses

  1. [...] the third quarter of this year. In comparison, AT&T announced in September that it had reached 100 thousand IPTV subscribers in the US via its U-verse [...]

  2. [...] kinds of delivery…” Telco-delivered TV and Internet video. Okay, [...]

  3. Hello,

    I just wanted to say that I love the U-verse servive, it is amazing. So thank you to however invented it!

    sincerely
    Monique

  4. [...] had 378,000 U-verse subscribers as of the first quarter of this year – a nice increase from the 100K mark AT&T hit just last September, but nowhere near the 2.2 million number. Is Broadband Forum counting Verizon as IPTV? Part of the [...]

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