AT&T Launches Mobile Remote Access for AT&T U-verse TV

U-verse Customers Can Now Program Their DVR With Wireless Phones From AT&T

Apr 19, 2007, 01:00 ET from AT&T Inc.

    SAN ANTONIO, April 19 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- AT&T Inc. (NYSE:   T)
 today announced that AT&T U-verse(SM) customers can now schedule and manage
 their U-verse TV recordings from AT&T wireless phones and devices. The
 feature brings the functionality and convenience of the U-verse TV digital
 video recorder (DVR) to the three screens central to many consumers' lives:
 the wireless device, the TV, and the PC.
     AT&T U-verse TV and Internet customers can use any compatible AT&T
 wireless phone or handset to search U-verse TV program listings, schedule
 program or series recordings, and manage or delete stored DVR content. The
 option to wirelessly access the U-verse DVR system adds to a previously
 available feature that gave U-verse TV and Internet customers Web remote
 access to their DVR on a PC using the AT&T Yahoo!(R) broadband portal.
     "Any television viewer can relate to the frustration of forgetting to
 program his or her DVR. Now, whether they're at the airport or stuck in
 traffic, AT&T U-verse customers can rest assured they won't miss their
 favorite shows," said Rick Welday, chief marketing officer-AT&T Consumer.
 "This is one more way that AT&T is putting customers in control of their
 entertainment experience, and it's another compelling feature from AT&T
 U-verse that goes beyond cable offerings."
     Mobile Remote Access to the DVR is available at no extra charge for
 AT&T U-verse customers that subscribe to both U-verse TV and Internet
 service. (Wireless service and data usage must be purchased separately.)
     AT&T customers can use the mobile remote interface to interact with
 their in-home U-verse receiver through any Wireless Application Protocol
 2.0- compliant cell phone or other hand-held device. AT&T plans to make the
 feature available to customers of other wireless providers in the near
     AT&T U-verse TV provides customers with several benefits that are
 unmatched by cable providers today, including:
     -- More High Definition (HD) programming than the local cable providers in
        our current markets. AT&T U-verse offers customers access to a lineup
        of more than 25 HD channels. New qualified customers also can receive
        one year of free access to HD service ($10 a month thereafter).
     -- HD-capable DVR, which allows customers to pause, rewind, replay and
        record live TV, at no extra charge with most programming packages.
     -- The ability to record up to four programs at once, another exclusive
        feature unmatched in the marketplace.
     -- Web Remote Access to DVR, which allows U-verse TV and Internet
        customers to schedule recordings using their AT&T Yahoo!(R) account.
        This feature is unique to AT&T among video providers.
     -- Built-in picture-in-picture functionality that allows subscribers to
        "channel surf" on any television without leaving the program they're
     -- Fast channel-changing, reducing the delay experienced with other
        digital video services.
     -- Advanced search capabilities so customers can search for programs using
        title or actor's name.
     -- And now, Mobile Remote Access to DVR.
     The deployment of next-generation video services reflects AT&T's
 strategy to become customers' preferred communications and entertainment
 provider and to deliver a video solution through its traditional footprint
 that provides greater value, flexibility and simplicity than competitors'
 offerings. AT&T U-verse TV represents a critical new service in the
 company's video portfolio, which includes AT&T Homezone(SM) service and
 satellite broadcast offerings.
     Customers seeking additional information on AT&T U-verse -- or to find
 out whether it's available in their area -- can visit .
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     Prices and programming subject to change. Services provided by your
 local AT&T telephone company and are available in limited areas.
 Residential customers only. AT&T Yahoo! High Speed Internet U-verse Enabled
 may not be purchased separately; purchase of AT&T U-verse TV required.
 Taxes, installation, city video cost recovery fees, and additional fees
 extra. Equipment rental fees are included as part of your monthly recurring
 charges. Separate purchase of adapter may be required for wireless
 networking. Acceptance of Terms of Service required. AT&T Yahoo! High Speed
 Internet speed references based on synch rates and maximum speed achieved
 depends on customer location, line condition, and concurrent use of other
 U-verse services. Credit and other restrictions apply. HD 12 Months Free
 Offer: Subscription to an AT&T U-verse standard definition programming
 package required. HD channel availability varies based on
 package/additional channels ordered. After promotional period, then-current
 HD Technology Fee applies. New orders only. Offer Expires 6/30/07.