AT&T locks in two-year pricing on triple play bundles

AT&T (NYSE: T) is offering two-year guaranteed pricing for new DirecTV, home internet and digital home phone customers, signaling another move to push its satellite offering with flexible pricing plans to its residential services segment.  

Set to be available beginning Thursday, April 14, the new triple play bundle pricing allows customers to combine any of its voice, video and broadband services and lock in the price for two years.

Pricing for the three services is relatively competitive. Wireline broadband and wireless service subscribers can add AT&T's base-level DirecTV "Select" satellite TV tier for $50 a month for two years. Meanwhile, AT&T is also offering DirecTV users the opportunity to add 6 Mbps internet and landline voice for $30 a month, all of which include the two-year price guarantee. In addition, AT&T is reducing the price of its voice service to $9.99 for a guaranteed two years for customers that purchase its triple-play bundle. 

FierceCable has this report.

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