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AT&T (T) introduces the U-verse Screen Pack, a $5/month movie streaming service for its TV...

AT&T (T) introduces the U-verse Screen Pack, a $5/month movie streaming service for its TV subs. Some are calling the service a Netflix (NFLX) killer, but as AllThingsD's Peter Kafka points out, Screen Pack's relatively small content library makes it more on par with Comcast's Streampix, which hasn't exactly eaten Netflix's lunch. AT&T is also announcing new U-verse media-sharing apps, and a home security/automation service called Digital Life; the latter relies on a control panel developed by Cisco (CSCO).
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  • billddrummer
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    U Verse is still rolling out at a glacial pace.

     

    T has been promising it for my neighborhood for 4 years now.
    7 Jan 2013, 08:46 PM Reply Like
  • berylrb
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    Yep, I live in San Francisco, on the southwest edge no U-verse.
    7 Jan 2013, 11:18 PM Reply Like
  • Jerome Fletcher
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    I signed up for att uverse tv...there is no comparison between it and Netflix so rejoined Netflix...just 8.95 a month and gert a bertter selection of movies to stream
    8 Jan 2013, 02:17 AM Reply Like
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