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Updated: AT&T to End Streaming At

Starting next month, AT&T says U-verse TV subscribers will no longer be able to stream live channels and On Demand programs at

“Streaming via browser will no longer be available after October,” the telco says in a notice at “Download the U-verse app for your iOS, Android, or Amazon devices to keep streaming.”

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AT&T has allowed U-verse customers to stream their subscription channels and On Demand titles at since 2013. The removal of the streaming feature raises questions about the future of the site itself. now is almost entirely devoted to streaming with the exception of a few pages for such things as an online guide, and information about the service’s programming packages.

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AT&T alerted subscribers last spring that it was considering closing on May 30, but decided a few weeks before that date to keep the site fully operational.

“We’ve elected to continue to support the web site for at least the next several months,” an AT&T spokesman told the TV Answer Man on May 18.

But the company is actively trying to persuade U-verse subscribers to switch to its satellite TV service, DIRECTV, which permits its customers to stream their subscription channels at

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The decision to eliminate streaming at could be part of the effort to convert U-verse subscribers to DIRECTV, or DIRECTV Now, the company’s new live streaming service.

The TV Answer Man has asked AT&T for a comment on this latest action, and will report back here if I receive one.

Update: AT&T on Wednesday morning issued this statement:

“In an effort to focus our U-verse streaming application development on core platforms, we will no longer support U-verse streaming via effective October 31, 2017. We encourage our U-verse customers to take advantage of the other streaming applications available to them, including via IOS and Android platforms.”

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6 Comments on Updated: AT&T to End Streaming At

  1. Speaking of… is there any reason DirectV no longer has on demand? I have been out of it for over a week now, and get no answers

  2. Kimberly Stewart // November 4, 2017 at 8:15 pm // Reply

    Roku is going to take your marketshare soon. Cost to much. Same outdated programming.

  3. I’ve been with Uverse from the beginning simply because I loved the streaming service, I have hearing issues and can’t really understand what is being said on TV or surround sound systems clearly enough to watch TV. I watched all my shows on my computer using my headset. So now thanks to AT&T I don’t have that option anymore and have stopped watching my shows and movies!!

  4. Ok so I was looking for options and already had the answer on my desktop, go to and install Nox Android Emulator then install the uverse app, works awesome for me!

  5. You guys are so full of yourselves! What happened to good old customer service? I’m a retired ATT Mgr and am very disappointed in the lousy changes where ATT has forgotten who put them there!!!

  6. Peter Corona // August 12, 2018 at 5:00 pm // Reply

    For Terry Long – I have installed Nox and it just says: Authenticating, Login Failed Cannot connect to server at this time after clearly receiving correct Login details.

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