Information needed on how U Verse works with internet...four computers in this household

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Information needed on how U Verse works with internet...four computers in this household

Am thinking of switching from Dish Network to Uverse 300 and need information on how to get internet on all four computers...only one laptop has wi fi, also with three tvs and only two receivers allowed....how does that work?

Thanks

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Re: Information needed on how U Verse works with internet...four computers in this household

motherearthoils -
Computers can be wired to the RG (modem) via cat5 cable. There are four network ports for connection. Additional wired connections can be provided by a switch.

The two receiver limit is for wireless receivers. You will get one wired DVR. I believe the max number of receivers is eight.
You are aware that you have four channel/program streams coming into the house?? The max different channels you can watch/record at one time is four.
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motherearthoils wrote:

Am thinking of switching from Dish Network to Uverse 300 and need information on how to get internet on all four computers...only one laptop has wi fi, also with three tvs and only two receivers allowed....how does that work?

Thanks


I can only address the TV part since we have one laptop.

 

You can have up to 8 TVs hooked up to UV.  Your package includes ONE DVR and ONE STB.  Above that, they are each $7 month.

 

You need to be aware that you are limited to 4 LIVE 'streams'.  How many are SD and how many are HD will depend on your location.  MOST customers are getting 4HD but some are limited to 3HD.

 

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