September 2010 archive

Sep 26 2010

Qwest @Ease

Qwest have long been a name in the whole “bundle” scene, providing high quality cell phone, telephone, voice, web and television service all for one low monthly bill, so it’s nice to see that they’re taking this same approach to internet security with their Qwest @Ease suite. So what is Qwest @Ease, exactly? Besides its …

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Sep 24 2010

Qwest Bundles

Qwest bundles are not really services provided by Qwest itself, but rather Qwest high speed Internet, Wi-Fi by AT&T, Qwest Home Phone, DIRECTV for TV, and Verizon for wireless. The speed of Qwest High Speed Internet ranges from 1.5 Mbps to 20 Mbps (up to of course, not guaranteed). This service also includes Wi-Fi from …

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Sep 20 2010

The History of AT&T U-verse

A quick AT&T U-verse recap today. Much like the history of AT&T itself, the history of AT&T’s U-verse starts with an acquisition. It all began when SBC Communications Inc. announced it would buy AT&T in January 2005, and the acquisition was finalized in June of that year. Even though SBC was the purchaser, the company …

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Sep 14 2010

Qwest Internet Services

Internet services are simple, really. Most of what we get from the web is through our hardware and software, so what it really comes down to in picking a provider is a simple list of categories: Speed, price, reliability, and customer support. Beyond that, it’s all marketing and fluff, really. So in looking at how …

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Sep 02 2010

AT&T U-verse Interactive Applications – Part IV

Welcome to the fourth installment on AT&T U-Verse interactive applications. In the part III we talked about Uverse Caller ID, U-bar, and more. Today the focus is again on a number of features including AT&T Yahoo! Games, YP.COM TV, and Media Sharing. Let’s get started. Yahoo! Games What you’re probably asking right now is “are …

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