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AT&T U-verse Caller ID on TV comes to Dade and Broward

AT&T activated the Caller ID television application to U-verse TV and Voice customers in Miami-Dade and Broward counties today.

For U-verse customers that have both the television and phone service, they will be able to see who is calling on their television screen, at no extra cost. A notice appears on the top of the screen for six seconds of who is calling, without interrupting the television program.

AT&T reports more than 67 percent of its U-verse TV customers bundle with U-verse voice. In January, the company announced its 1 millionth voice customer.

The video below shows what Caller ID looks like on U-verse TV. (The Caller ID part starts at 41 seconds in.)


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Blackberry Tour..have you done a review on this telephone? What about cell phone plans?


Actually I'm surprised that they didn't offer this a lot sooner.

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