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  1. Curtieson's Avatar
    AT&T - Article on AT&T's UVerse news site.

    Well, this sucks for those of you out there using it...they are giving $99 back for your troubles. I am pretty sure it was $150 to install it in the 1st place, haha.

    A previous communication referenced that you would need to purchase an Xbox 360 Gold membership for your Xbox 360 to work with U-verse service. We were planning to issue a $60 bill credit to cover that cost. We will now be issuing a $99 bill credit, which includes the $60, on your U-verse bill within one to two billing cycles.
    Last edited by Curtieson; 11-26-2013 at 09:34 AM.
    11-26-2013 08:26 AM
  2. Laura Knotek's Avatar
    Does Comcast, Time-Warner or any other cable company allow the Xbox 360 as a cable receiver? I wonder if customers will just switch to cable and drop U-verse.
    11-26-2013 08:12 PM
  3. Keith Wallace's Avatar
    U-Verse is IPTV, cable is not.
    11-26-2013 10:09 PM
  4. dgr_874's Avatar
    Does Comcast, Time-Warner or any other cable company allow the Xbox 360 as a cable receiver? I wonder if customers will just switch to cable and drop U-verse.
    Yes, time warner in San Antonio has the option of downloading an app through the xbox 360 and watching it through there.
    Laura Knotek likes this.
    11-27-2013 08:32 AM
  5. Curtieson's Avatar
    Does Comcast, Time-Warner or any other cable company allow the Xbox 360 as a cable receiver? I wonder if customers will just switch to cable and drop U-verse.
    Verizon does too I believe through this Fios service. I have never used that though, but I think the Verizon app was more of an on-demand service?

    This is a costly change for some people...if they have to rent 1-2 more boxes now that is $7 a pop...

    I have Uverse and an Xbox but I never used the service because of the extreme installation cost. If they would have just shipped me the disc and kept the remote (I already have one) I would have been all over it...(as it is now, I don't have enough satellite boxes to have a rental charge)
    11-27-2013 08:55 AM
  6. Keith Wallace's Avatar
    Yes, time warner in San Antonio has the option of downloading an app through the xbox 360 and watching it through there.
    Comcast has that as well, but it's ONLY for on-demand/Streampix stuff. You can't watch live TV. Does Time Warner allow you to?
    11-27-2013 10:49 AM
  7. dgr_874's Avatar
    Comcast has that as well, but it's ONLY for on-demand/Streampix stuff. You can't watch live TV. Does Time Warner allow you to?
    This is how my app works.

    11-28-2013 05:55 PM
  8. Keith Wallace's Avatar
    So you can legitimately use your console as a cable box, with the ability to watch stuff while it's on? That's nice, because Comcast only offers on-demand stuff, I think.
    11-29-2013 02:09 PM

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