Press Release

Dallas, Texas, January 18, 2011 – Small business customers can now make just one call to AT&T* for their communications and TV entertainment needs. The company announced today that it is offering its award-winning AT&T U-verse® TV service** and AT&T DIRECTV to small businesses, enabling them to purchase a “quadruple-play” services bundle – wired voice, wireless voice and broadband, high speed Internet, and TV entertainment packages – all from AT&T.

AT&T U-verse TV, available in 131 markets across the company’s 22-state local footprint, is perfect for customer waiting areas or employee break rooms, while the nationwide relationship with DIRECTV allows for TV coverage in areas where U-verse is not available, in addition to serving the restaurant industry with business packages including the NFL SUNDAY TICKET™.

Business U-verse TV packages are available for half of normal rates through April 2011, and start at $20 a month for the Basic 20-channel lineup, $32.50*** for the Standard 100-channel lineup, and $40*** for a Deluxe 200-channel lineup, in addition to optional High Definition services. Small business customers also can purchase Business U-verse High Speed Internet where available, with download speeds of up to 24 Mbps.

AT&T DIRECTV, available to small businesses nationwide, is offered with Business Viewing and Private Office packages ranging from $34.99 to $59.99. Public Viewing packages range between $54.99 and $325.99, with options to add HD, Ethnic, Sports, and Exclusive packages such as NFL SUNDAY TICKET™ and NASCAR. AT&T DIRECTV customers can also purchase high speed Internet services from AT&T.

“We understand that TV service may not be necessary for all small businesses, but for those who want TV to better serve their customers, we offer a great product at a great price point,” said Ebrahim Keshavarz, AT&T vice president of Small Business Product Management. “Because simplicity and convenience are key for our customers to stay competitive we’re pleased to offer a ‘quad-play’ bundle across our local footprint, enabling ‘one-stop shopping’ for all of our customers’ wireless and wired connectivity and TV entertainment needs … something cable cannot match.”

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