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Sat, Jul 15, 2017 10:08 PM
3 months ago
ACE - Expert
3 years ago
Yes. You still need the gateway for the uverse tv. But you wouldn't be able to use internet through it (it's disabled). The internet from another service would just be a distinct (separate) installation to hook up it's router. Also you wouldn't be able to access the any dvr related features like web access, apps, and accessing through remote devices.
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Thank you for the info - that is disappointing to find out since I am continually having to reset the modem, almost every other day. Was hoping if I got rid of the ATT internet the problem would go away.
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Good morning Roxy13,
I appreciate your interest in U-verse TV service! If your residenance has U-verse TV available, you can certainly obtain that service by itself. The AT&T internet service is not required to have U-verse TV service.
I hope this helps! If there are additional questions, please feel free to let us know!
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Im moving a home that already has Cox Cable Internet, Phone and Cable TV. I want to add AT&T U-verse Internet and Cable only. I will extend to Cox Cable Wireless via WiFI extenders.
Can AT&T U-Verse exist with another provider?
Honestly, I want to wireless Internet providers to be distributed throughout the home. Is this possible and has anyone done it?
We simply want backup Internet service when one is down.