Posted Wed Sep 24, 2014 at 11:00 AM PDT by Steven Cohen
The cable provider is now offering special U-Verse bundles aimed at cord-cutters.
In an effort to appeal to customers looking for a more lean and simplified cable package, AT&T is now providing a U-Verse TV, HBO, and Amazon Prime bundle. The plan emphasizes online streaming options and comes in at just $39 a month for the first year of service (standard rates will apply after the 12-month period).
The online exclusive bundle includes U-Basic TV, U-Verse Internet Max Plus (18Mbps), HBO, HBO Go, and one free year of Amazon Prime (a $99 value), giving customers access to Prime Instant Video streaming. In addition, AT&T is also testing an even leaner plan that simply offers broadband internet and free Amazon Prime for $29 a month, giving cord-cutters a perfect streaming only option. For now, this trial package is only available in Atlanta, Chicago, Houston and San Francisco.
Customers can check availability for AT&T's new plan at the U-Verse website. The special offer ends on December 13.
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