Category: DIRECTV

Nov 22 2017

TV Services – An Insight into TV Service Technologies

Television is still a very important part of our lives today as it was for the first families who enjoyed television decades ago. However, unlike those families and even families of the 1950s to 1970s, the way we get television now is considerably different from the way they did back then. Back then, it was …

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Oct 25 2017

TV Service Providers

TV Service Providers

Television is an activity that many families across the United States and world enjoy. Oftentimes, many families will gather around the television to watch their favorite shows, while also checking out news, weather, and sports. This can include local news and sports teams to watching national news and sports that are outside of your local …

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Mar 05 2017

AT&T U-verse TV vs. DIRECTV

DIRECTV vs. U-verse TV

There’s plenty to think about when it comes to choosing between AT&T U-verse TV and DIRECTV. Which one is right for you? Both of these services provide a wide range of options for you and give you the latest access to TV programming and speed. Take a few minutes to compare the package offers from …

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Jun 15 2016

DIRECTV Equipment

DIRECTV makes it easy for people to enjoy their TV watching when they want, where they want, and how they want to do so. One of the ways it is better expanding to meet the needs of its customers is by providing advanced equipment to make that possible. The company’s services have never been better …

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Jun 02 2016

DIRECTV – Packages, Features, Availability

DIRECTV is offering more than ever. For those who are looking to make the switch to a higher level of service, more coverage, or even a better pricing plan, this could be the route to take. One of the ways DIRECTV meets the needs of its customers is by providing a large number of package …

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Feb 24 2016

AT&T’s Acquisition of DIRECTV – What’s Next?

AT&T purchased DIRECTV as a way to further expand the services it offers. The company closed on the transaction, which was worth $49 billion in June of 2015 and the move was one that was seen as a big step for the company. The Federal Communications Commission approved of the deal, though AT&T did have …

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