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Fri, Jan 26, 2018 3:23 PM

Antenna TV

Would UVerse consider adding Antenna TV to its line up.

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skeeterintexas

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3 years ago

Antenna TV is carried as a sub-channel in most markets.  As a general rule, Uverse does not carry sub-channels. 

 

The solution will be to get an OTA (Over The Air) antenna to pick up Antenna TV.  Check HERE to see where it is in your neck of the woods.

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3 years ago

ME TV is a subchannel and UVerse carries i

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3 years ago

That's why I said "as a general rule".  ME-TV is the exception. 

 

I think Antenna TV would be a cool channel to have, just like Cozi, Retro and Bounce and perhaps one day we'll get them with Uverse.  Hope springs eternal.

When you're in your 60s & people ask you to do something, you just say "No".  No reason.  No excuse.  No explanation.  I can't wait for my 70s.  I don't think I'll even answer.   -  Jerry Seinfeld

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