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AT&T Uverse Bundles - The Best AT&T Bundles Deals Online

Updated on March 23, 2014
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What is Fiberforme?

FiberForMe is a relatively new website dedicated solely to information and deals related to AT&T U-verse. Everything you would need to know about U-verse is there, such as learning what U-Verse services are available and how much they cost. What selections can be bundled? And, most of all, what kinds of deals and discounts are available on AT&T U-verse services?

The front page of FiberForMe answers that last question by listing one of the latest and greatest deals across the top of the page. How about a $150 Reward Card to go with a new U-verse bundle? Clicking on this deal reveals even more deals that are happening, such as 130 channels available for $29 or adding high speed internet for just 20 dollars more. Discounts like these keep customers coming back to check on the latest deals when looking at their options. The front page also includes posts explaining U-verse bundles and includes further explanation about some of the newest deals available.

Why name the site Fiberforme?

AT&T U-verse uses fiber optic technology, which transfers data farther than traditional technology. Their fiber communication and digital services are a cut above some of the competition in terms of advanced innovation.

AT&T Uverse Bundles

AT&T U-verse offers customers the ability to customize their own bundles. They can pick what they need, perhaps even finding that very bundle under the tab “Coupons and Deals.” Customers can educate themselves to help better choose by going tab by tab through each item to find out more about what services are available, starting with TV.

AT&T Uverse TV

U-verse TV is digital and generally has better visual quality than traditional cable or even satellite TV. Customers can choose to have “Total Home DVR,” allowing them to record four programs simultaneously and store over 200 hours of programming. With 480 channels and 175 HD channels, the whole family can certainly find something good to watch. Four channels can even be viewed at one time! This would be great during something like the NCAA basketball tournament when four games are going on at once on different channels.

There are many television options, from basic, to family, to Latino, and more. The site gives a listing of all the channels included in each option.

AT&T Uverse Voice: Home Phone

The U-verse home phone is also digital and includes 20 calling features, including caller ID, caller waiting, and many more. Customers who also have U-Verse TV can utilize phone apps and even see who is calling on their TV screens. Landline plans start at $25, going up to only $40 with unlimited international calling.

AT&T Uverse High Speed Internet

U-verse high speed internet handles everything from checking emails to downloading movies and playing games to holding conferences via video. Virus protection is included, as is SpamGuard. Parents will be glad to know that parental controls are also in place. Wireless networking is built-in, allowing all the computers in the house to be connected. There are five choices for internet, from Pro to Max Turbo, starting at $19.99. Customers can make their selections of various power and speed based on their internet habits and needs.

More about AT&T Uverse Bundles

Different Types of Uverse Bundles

The “bundles” tab explains the different packages available. By getting U-verse Voice, TV, and internet together, customers can save bundles on bundles! Even choosing just two of the three services qualifies for a discount. Customers can build their own bundles or choose from five of the most popular U-verse bundles. Starting at just $49 per month for all three (for 12 months) and going up to $109 per month, customers can choose their price dependent on the type of television package they choose. To help customers better choose, there is a comparison page that looks at the bundles based on cost and performance.

Availability of Uverse Services

Did you know that U-verse has been around only since 2006? While AT&T has been around forever, AT&T U-verse is still relatively new and working on expanding the areas they reach. The availability tab gives a listing of states in the U.S.—and even cities—that offer U-verse services. States as north as Wisconsin and as southern as Florida, as far east as Connecticut and as far west as California, including many states in-between, all have U-verse services available. U-verse is continually extending its services , so customers without coverage should keep checking back.

Uverse News

Lastly, there is a tab with the latest U-verse news. What is the latest deal or the newest innovation? What is AT&T U-verse working on? Basically, what’s new with AT&T U-verse?

When shopping around for TV, internet, or home phone services, Fiberforme is a helpful site to visit. With explanations of services and discounted bundles, the site offers options for customers with different needs.Shop around on the site to select your AT&T Uverse deals.

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    • Victoria Lynn profile image

      Victoria Lynn 4 years ago from Arkansas, USA

      mary615--I have thought about getting an antenna, but I would need an updated TV to do that. Mine is from the stone age., so it only gets a signal with cable. LOL. Thanks for commenting!

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      Mary Hyatt 4 years ago from Florida

      I am interested in all this Tech stuff, but I don't have Cable TV. I replaced Cable with an indoor antenna, and I get all I need.

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      Victoria Lynn 4 years ago from Arkansas, USA

      Vinaya--You are funny! My TV is old, too. I don't have HD TV either, but I will upgrade to it one of these days. That's really interesting that there isn't even one HD channel in your country! I'm sure it will get there one day. Thanks for commenting, friend!

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      Vinaya Ghimire 4 years ago from Nepal

      I seem to be far more behind when it comes to technology. DTH was just introduced couple of years ago.There is not a single HD channel in the country. My TV still runs through cable. Perhaps my Samsung should be appropriate for American museum. LOL

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      Victoria Lynn 4 years ago from Arkansas, USA

      teaches--I didn't realize that AT&T wasn't available everywhere until this article. I'm sure it will continue to spread. Thanks for commenting!

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      Dianna Mendez 4 years ago

      We had At & T last year, it worked well, but our development changed to another provider. Great information here, only wish we had this option.

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      Victoria Lynn 4 years ago from Arkansas, USA

      Hey, Real/Kelly--I know Missouri is listed, so I would hope that means it's statewide. This site should tell you!

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      Kelly Umphenour 4 years ago from St. Louis, MO

      Thanks for reminding me - I need to check to see if they can offer me the service yet! AT&T wasn't in our area so I had to go with a lesser alternative. They said they were expanding out my way but I probably haven't checked in a year!