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Hawaiian Telcom to serve up 500 Mbps consumer broadband service

Hawaiian Telcom is the latest incumbent telco to jump on the higher broadband speed bandwagon with the debut of a new 500/50 Mbps tier.

AT&T enhances U-verse international programming with beIN SPORT content

AT&T is appealing to U-verse customers who want to watch international sports content by adding beIN SPORT and beIN SPORT en Español to its U-verse TV lineup.

AT&T, ESPN serve up Longhorn Network for U-verse customers

AT&T and ESPN are giving University of Texas college football fans another way to follow their team by providing live online and iOS app access to the Longhorn Network.

AT&T to hire 200 new workers to support Tennessee U-verse growth

AT&T is ramping up its U-verse workforce in Tennessee with plans to hire 100 new full and part-time employees to support its U-verse roll out in the state.

AT&T implements $2 U-verse TV and $3 broadband equipment fees

AT&T has implemented a series of new fees on its U-verse broadband and IPTV customers as a way to recoup the costs of programming and end-user devices like the home network gateway.

AT&T and CBS ink new content agreements

AT&T on Friday renewed its content carriage agreement with CBS, a deal that includes retransmission consent for CBS-owned TV stations and carriage of Showtime, The Smithsonian Channel and The CBS Sports Network.

AT&T introduces new U-verse app for iPad

AT&T (NYSE: T) is once again playing into the blended service wireline/wireless experience with the release of its U-verse for iPad App, one that enables users to connect their iPad to the TV in

Competition watch: AT&T links U-Verse and wireless with discounts, Verizon offers broadband incentives

AT&T (NYSE: T), in the midst of trying to acquire T-Mobile because, among other things it says it needs more spectrum for advanced wireless services, has developed a U-Verse discount package for

It's only business: Comcast Spotlight to sell ads for AT&T U-Verse

One could imagine violins playing and raspy voices whispering "it's only business" when Comcast (Nasdaq: CMCSA) Spotlight, the advertising and sales division of Comcast Cable and AT&T (NYSE: T)