AT&T is slowly expanding their U-Verse service to more parts of the country, and gives consumers a nice choice when deciding who to use for their broadband and IPTV provider. Today we have an article for you comparing Comcast vs AT&T U-Verse with analysis on video.
The AT&T U-Verse service provides customers with internet, phone and TV which is sent down a fiber connection. It is this connection which will provide customers with a faster more stable service. You also get a PVR for your TV viewing at no extra cost. Below you can see a video by 2alivenews which is comparing the AT&T service to what’s on offer at Comcast.
The news channel uses a service from Comcast which works out pretty expensive if you need broadband and lots of TV channels. They were also the only company offering all the services in one package. The news channel currently pay around $140 per month for their package, but unfortunately their internet speed is very slow.
They experience frequent outages and just normal internet surfing is a slow process; with even chatting to friends on Facebook can be a problem. They have tried to remedy the problems by contacting Comcast but nothing the company suggests makes any difference.
The video then cuts to one of the 2alive teams houses where they just had the AT&T U-Verse service installed. Not only are they getting quicker broadband, but also a much better TV signal and phone call quality. AT&T also offers a variety of bundle deals to save the consumer more money.
Have a watch of the video and tell us what you think of AT&T U-Verse and Comcast.
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