AT&T U-verse TV and Internet services are now available to 300,000 living units in Southeast Michigan, marking a significant expansion since AT&T U-verse launched locally in May 2007. Since introducing U-verse services in Michigan, AT&T has expanded availability of the service on an ongoing basis. AT&T U-verse is offered today in parts of Southeast Michigan as far south as Wyandotte and as far north as Lake Orion.
The expansion of AT&T U-verse services in Michigan follows progressive legislation passed by the Michigan Legislature and signed in December 2006 by Governor Jennifer Granholm.
AT&T is the only national provider to offer a 100 percent IPTV service, making U-verse TV one of the most advanced television offerings available anywhere. The company recently reached the milestone of more than 100,000 U-verse customers, and AT&T U-verse has been recognized as the 2007 Best Business Strategy by industry analyst firm Stratecast.
The deployment of next-generation video services, including AT&T U-verse TV and AT&T Homezone, reflects AT&T’s strategy to become customers’ preferred communications and entertainment provider and to deliver a video solution through its traditional footprint that provides greater value, flexibility and simplicity than competitors’ offerings.
Customers seeking additional information on AT&T U-verse — or to find out whether it’s available in their area — can visit http://uverse.att.com