08-02-2007 09:23:29 PM
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djyoung71 wrote:Does ATT notfiy us when new channels are added to the line-up or do they magically appear?
09-14-2007 01:19:29 PM
10-10-2007 08:31:17 AM
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Your AT&T U-verse Service SpecialistSo it doesn't look promising for having NBA League Pass at the start of the season. Bummer... maybe they will cut a deal at the last minute.
Message Edited by djyoung71 on 10-10-2007 08:32 AM
10-24-2007 09:44:07 AM
11-26-2007 10:13:58 AM
09-22-2008 08:27:32 PM
Last time I talked to some of the sports programming guys for AT&T, they said NBAtv even has a channel number set aside for it, but they were waiting to finalize contracts and possibly for some of the network upgrades they have coming on their end soon.
Anyways, it's in the works - just have to be patient... same for nhl network, mlb network, center ice, league pass, extra innings, etc...
09-23-2008 07:37:38 AM
09-23-2008 09:00:17 AM
You can email your requests to AT&T here.
09-23-2008 10:12:45 AM
10-07-2008 06:25:03 PM
This is BS. I walked into AT&T store for a cell phone issue and was sold on U-Verse. Being a long time Laker fan I specifically asked if they had the NBA League Pass, answer: Yes. Now I learn that they don't have the NBA. If U-Verse doesn't offer league pass by tip-off of the Laker's first game of the regular season, I'm switching back to Cox.