AT&T gives away 1 year of HD

AT&T is giving "qualified" new U-Verse subscribers 12 months of free high definition programming at no extra cost. The promotion is available to new U-Verse subscribers, DIRECTV subscribers or AT&T|DISH Network service subscribers who mail in the requisite redemption forms. The operator currently offers 25 HD channels through U-Verse and up to 31 HD channels through its satellite broadcast services. AT&T pegs the 12 months of HD programming at a $240 value. The promotion lasts from now until May 31, 2007 for AT&T|DISH subscribers, through June 26, 2007 for DIRECTV subscribers and through June 30 for U-Verse subscribers.

For more on the HD giveaway:
- see this write-up over at TVover.net

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