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I have Directv and I'm tempted to try uverse. Does anyone have any feedback on the quality of uverse?
I have Uverse. Love it.
Only drawback is no CSS, but for those games I just use ESPN3.
Christopher Walsh covers Alabama football for BamaOnline, 247Sports, and is the author of 18 books.
Do you have to pay for the espn 3?
Just got it at my new house and love it.
had DirecTV and thought it was great until it stormed..i have Uverse now and it blows it away. great HD and you dont have to worry about losing signal during storms
i do high end home theaters for a living.....i think uverse hd looks like how it does when u stream netflix to a computer ( digitized )....bc it basically is......and the fact that a lot of people depending on where they live can only have 2 tvs watching hd content at a time bc of bandwidth is a big deal breaker for me
Roll Tide to Her
Had Uverse...moved to a place where Uverse is not available and now have Directv......Uverse times a million
The only thing I'll say is that U-Verse is notorious for having poor signal quality in specific areas. They have a very small operational area, and the service tends to be one of the most likely to have intermittent failures or loss of signal if you are in a bad area.
I had U-Verse, absolutely loved the service, but had to ditch it because they couldn't keep my signal up consistently (I lost TV/Internet at least once a day at one point). But, if I moved somewhere where it worked a little better, I'd sign back up over Comcast in a heartbeat.
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