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Old 10-23-2013, 02:00 AM   #1
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LXer: AT&T U-verse opens up over 100 live TV channels to Android users

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Building on the announcement earlier this month that it would be bringing live TV streaming to mobile devices, AT&T U-verse has just announced that Android users now have access to over 100 channels in its app. The service lets U-verse TV subscribers authenticate within its app on either a phone or tablet and have access to live TV along with On Demand programming and the ability to manage your DVR remotely.



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