U.S.

November 14, 2013

AT&T’s U-Verse service goes on sale at the Exchange

DALLAS – Exchange shoppers in the continental United States can now subscribe to AT&T’s U-verse Internet, TV and Voice services directly through the Exchange and get a free $100 Gift Card with a bundle subscription.

To get the Exchange special offer, shoppers must subscribe by going to www.shopmyexchange.com/u-verse.  This website provides extensive information about the services and features available, as well as a means to check U-verse availability in their area Because of the way the service is provided, U-verse can only be provided to off-installation subscribers in locations where AT&T currently has service.

Currently available in 22 states, U-verse offers the ability to watch TV shows using a computer, smartphone or tablet. It also provides access to HD channels, competitive Internet speeds and flexible bundles of services.  Internet packages provide access to more than 32,000 hot spots so servicemembers and their families stay connected at home or on the go.

Geographic and service restrictions apply to AT&T U-verse services. For more information on AT&T U-verse, or to find out its availability, visit www.shopmyexchange.com/u-verse.




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