AT&T will train technicians to install DirecTV, U-verse and IP broadband

AT&T (NYSE: T) is making sure its U-Verse IPTV technician workforce will be able to install DirecTV service across its markets. Starting next month, the service provider will begin deploying technicians who are skilled in installing broadband, U-verse IPTV and DirecTV satellite services.

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