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Thu, May 26, 2016 7:13 PM

how many wireless U-verse receivers can I have in my home?

We are building a new home.  We want to have five TVs in the home.  I know I have to have at least one RJ-32 jack for the main receiver in the home.  If I can have four wireless receivers, I will not add additional RJ-32 jacks (connnected to CAT 5 cables).  Can I have four wireless U-verse receivers?  In addition, we expect to have AT&T's Gigapower service in the new home this fall.

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skeeterintexas

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14.9K Messages

4 years ago

In addition to the DVR (wired), you are currently limited to 2 wireless receivers.

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mibrnsurg

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20.4K Messages

4 years ago

Actually I've read recently they've lifted that 2 wireless receiver limit, and thought I read about some guy that got 5 wireless receivers. Smiley Surprised

 

Chris
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Please NO SD stretch-o-vision or 480 SD HD Channels
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ACE - Expert

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14.9K Messages

4 years ago

I knew there had been some discussion about having more than 2 wireless receivers but I could not find any sort of official confirmation.

 

This is fairly current and posted by a 3rd party re-seller:

Move Your Service $49 Wireless Receiver Fee Waiver: Current residential U-verse customers adding a wireless receiver when transferring their TV plan (U-family or higher) to an eligible service address before July13, 2016 will receive the one-time $49 Equipment Fee and monthly Receiver Fee waived. After 12 months, a $10 per month fee applies. Wireless Receiver: limit 2 per household. Requires power and connection to TV; range of wireless signal is limited. Go to att.com/freedom for details.

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browndk26

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2.7K Messages

4 years ago

Were more wireless stb's possibly to be available on gigapower? Or was that more tv streams?
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mibrnsurg

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4 years ago

@browndk26   That's more HD streams. 😉

 

Chris
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Please NO SD stretch-o-vision or 480 SD HD Channels
Need Help? PM ATT Uverse Care (all service problems)
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Your Results May Vary, In My Humble Opinion
I Call It Like I See It, Simply a U-verse user, nothing more

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