The increasing demand from factions of video subscribers may have caused a new wave of bundled in subscription packages. Joining the communication gamut is AT&T, whose bid to compile TV services with home phone and best internet service. Here is explaining the mega-communication-transformation in depth.
The AT&T U-Verse Collaboration
It would seem like a welcoming sight for a new subscriber seeing U-Verse among AT&T packages. The communication giant offers the best internet service in America as well as amazing video content through their TV deals. With U-Verse, AT&T offers up to 230 channels, along with Digital Video Recording (DVR) option of up to four shows at once.
U-Verse Internet of Things
Do not bother the jargon, but Internet of Things is nothing but interconnecting the internet with wireless portable computing devices. The AT&T U-Verse promises 99 percent service reliability, in a package that offers 50 Mbps browsing speed. Along with the basic U-Verse package, the subscriber also gets their hands on a Wi-Fi router. In other words, the router streams “Internet of Things” to multiple wireless devices in and around the home network.
Clubbing Home Phone with Basic Package
What is common between both packages is the access to U-family TV that airs up to 200 prime time channels. Think of clubbing the home phone along with the best internet service and your favorite TV programming; you get an advanced package for an extra $10 a month. Better still, AT&T has wide phone coverage around the country, apparently all over the world.
Choosing Between Basic and Advanced U-Verse
The thing that may cause subscribers to think is the choice between basic and advanced subscription package. For instance, in both the packages, TV and internet service are provided at $79.99 a month and $89.99 a month, respectively. From where does the digital home phone become useful with all the bugging around?
Of course, when you need to call your loved ones directly and in secrecy, you need a walkie-talkie lookalike digital phone offering unlimited nationwide calling. Sometimes the secret might as well be as simple as, “Game of Thrones is on air mate!” With a show that big, one would be least surprised when that happens.