AT&T brings U-Verse to upscale Dunwoody, Ga. development

The upscale Barclay at Dunwoody, a housing development near Atlanta, is adding AT&T's (NYSE: T) U-Verse service to an ongoing set of amenities that currently includes European architecture and instant access to the state's major highway routes.

As part of an agreement struck between AT&T Connected Communities, a marketing program between AT&T and regional and national developers and home owners' associations, the service provider will deliver its U-verse TV, U-verse broadband data and U-verse voice to the apartment development on an IP- and fiber-based last mile network.

Similar to other AT&T Connected Community deployments, residents will also be able to purchase services and necessary network devices (WiFi gateways, STBs, etc.) at an on-site retail Experience Store.

This latest deployment is one of many U-verse deployments the telco has made in the former BellSouth region. Just two weeks ago, AT&T launched U-verse in the highly competitive Chattanooga, Tenn. market.

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