December 26, 2006 > AT&T Introduces U-verse in Bay Area
AT&T Introduces U-verse in Bay Area
PRNewswire, December 21_A new world of communications and entertainment is now available to Bay Area residents. AT&T Inc. (NYSE:T) today announced the initial launch of AT&T U-verse(SM), which utilizes AT&T's fiber-rich network that extends optical connections deeper into neighborhoods. U-verse services are initially available in limited areas across the San Francisco-Oakland-Fremont metropolitan statistical area (MSA), including parts of the cities of San Ramon and Danville. AT&T plans to expand to additional areas on an ongoing basis.
AT&T U-verse offers customers a combination of next-generation digital television-including more than 25 High Definition (HD) channels-and high speed Internet access. The award-winning AT&T U-verse TV includes cutting-edge features that are unmatched in the market, while the new U-verse enabled AT&T Yahoo!(R) High Speed Internet builds on AT&T's position as the nation's leading provider of broadband DSL.
"AT&T U-verse gives Bay Area customers a better television option and will change the way they experience communications and entertainment," said Melba Muscarolas, AT&T vice president and general manager for the San Francisco Market Area. "It's fitting Bay Area residents, known around the world as early adopters of new technology, are among the first to receive our innovative U- verse services."
Customers seeking additional information on AT&T U-verse - or to find out if it's available in their area - can visit uverse.att.com. The site will be regularly updated over the coming weeks as AT&T expands to additional areas. Additionally, AT&T will soon begin direct marketing in the areas where the service is initially available.