AT&T: Media Sharing Across TVs, PCs, Cell Phones Coming Soon
Ralph de la Vega, CEO of AT&T Mobility and Consumer Markets, said AT&T is "not done yet" regarding the integration of offerings of other services with the U-Verse TV service.
AT&T is close to offering services that will allow consumers to move media content between their TVs, cell phones and PCs, de la Vega said at the UBS conference, according to Reuters.
At the end of the third quarter, more than 90 percent of U-Verse TV customers bundled the service with high-speed Internet and 75 percent of U-Verse users had at least a "triple- or quad-play" with TV, voice, Internet and mobile wireless services, according to AT&T.
"This has been an outstanding year for U-Verse, and we're glad that customers are responding to the value, choice and simplicity we're adding to this service," de la Vega said in a statement.
The company Wednesday also unveiled AT&T U-Verse High Speed Internet Max Turbo, which offers broadband speeds of up to 24 Mbps downstream and up to 3 Mbps upstream for $65 per month to customers in Austin and San Antonio, Texas, and St. Louis.