AT&T said its U-verse TV service had exceeded 100,000 subscribers in the Houston market, which first experienced U-verse TV in November 2006. AT&T is expected to announce U-verse gains nationally when it reports third-quarter results Wednesday.
AT&T has made its range of U-verse services available to customers in central Arkansas, including cities such as Little Rock, North Little Rock and Benton. The services include U-verse TV, as well as U-verse High-Speed Internet and U-verse Voice.
AT&T has announced that its U-verse video service is now available to 130,000 households in the Kansas City area. Across its video footprint, AT&T estimates that it is installing U-verse services to roughly 12,000 new customers per week.