+ 0 Votes Interesting discussion here Jacky Howe 5 years ago and I really can't comment not having used either. But it will give you a bump if nothing else. http://forums.cnet.com/5208-6035_102-0.html?forumID=60&threadID=247130&messageID=2679930 + 0 Votes FWIW. boxfiddler Moderator 4 years ago And, in case anyone else is wondering in future. In the year and a half that I have been using Uverse, neither Internet or TV has been down once. I'm ecstatic. + 0 Votes I'll see if I can find anything seanferd Updated - 5 years ago I know some folks around here who use it. Are you going to use it for TV or just internet access? As far as internet and AT&T, I use their DSL, and Linux/BSD of various flavors have presented no issues. Heck, I even got connectivity with Haiku (BeOS) in a VM. AT&T will add another box to the side of your house, and give you some type of gateway/modem/router/cable box thingumie as well. edit: I should point out that speeds offered by Uverse are higher that the normal DSL speeds, (VDSL) as it runs over fiber to a neighborhood node (big ugly green box*), or possibly right to your door. The video to your TV is MPEG 4 encoded. * Been known to explode, but that's been fixed. + 0 Votes Waiting for them... NotSoChiGuy 5 years ago ...to be available in my sub-division, so I can dump Comcast. I have a friend in the Bolingbrook, IL area that has the service. The picture quality is as close to real-life as you can get. When it is storming, he often calls to see whether or not my Comcraptic picture is pixelating (of course it is....and a slight digression, I had Dish Network prior to moving, and it was much more reliable in bad weather than Comcast). The price package in my area is also fantastic: $129 gets you full boat everything (from what the rep at the AT&T store said a couple months back when I inquired). I pay $50 more than that now, and don't get premium channels. Looking forward to the call to Comcast to cancel service!! + 0 Votes Just a bump... boxfiddler Moderator 5 years ago in hopes of catching more eyes. + 0 Votes Bump seanferd Updated - 5 years ago Short stories: <br><br> <i>I shut down my old computer and hooked up the HP. Unfortunately, I couldn't get online! I installed the Juno software and could get and send email, but couldn't connect to Juno central computers. The modem would dial and get to the internet, but couldn't get into where the browser is. My old computer refused to boot up. I was, once again, broken down on the shoulder of the information superhighway.</i> + 0 Votes Alrighty then... boxfiddler Moderator Updated - 5 years ago bumping, bumping. Looking for more thoughts and opinions. Opinions are like that other thing everybody has. etu + 0 Votes Perhaps we can catch more flies with vinegar seanferd Updated - 5 years ago (or religion, aka: brand loyalty) than honey. <br><br> http://techrepublic.com.com/5208-6230-0.html?forumID=101&threadID=271229&messageID=2566581 <br><br> etu: It's catching! + 0 Votes Have you checked Jacky Howe 5 years ago out their forums yet. http://utalk.att.com/utalk/board?board.id=HSIA http://utalk.att.com/utalk/board/message?board.id=HSIA&thread.id=4215 + 0 Votes Wow. Still nuffin? ... bump. seanferd 5 years ago values of β will give rise to dom! + 0 Votes I would NEVER send business to AT&T jdclyde 5 years ago We had a horror story with them that would take longer to explain than I have time for right now. They are basically three companies. Collections Sales Service In that order, and the three do NOT work well together. We bought a service that we never got, and because we didn't PAY for that service we never got, they one day cut ALL services, without so much as a phone call or letter in the mail. Yes, it WAS a surprise to our sales rep. We found out they had turned the lines off when we called service to let them know our lines had gone down. They WERE getting a few 100k from us a year for long distance and were trying to give them more. We got nailed instead. We never got the service, and were completely moved off of AT&T by the next week and will NEVER go back. I had to cancel my home phone when SBC was bought out by AT&T because I will NOT do business with them again.