AT&T brings California State University at Fresno into its U-Verse

Students living at the Campus Pointe development at California State University at Fresno will be able to tap into a triple play bundle courtesy of AT&T (NYSE: T).

Delivered to the university through an agreement between Apartment Renovation Group and RPM Management, AT&T's U-Verse service bundle, a package that includes a mix of high-speed Internet, AT&T Voice digital home phone and TV, including 130 high-definition channels and DVR recordable programming, will be available to 550 residents at Campus Pointe.

In a single stroke, AT&T gains a sizeable chunk of business for U-Verse. Campus Pointe is an ambitious university living unit project that will include 550 housing units that the university envisions will be able to hold 1,400 students and seniors in addition to a Hyatt Hotel with 200 available rooms.

For more:
- The Business Journal has this article

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