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AT&T U-verse Website Outage

Phil Harvey
12/7/2008

4:25 PM -- "The AT&T U-verse website is temporarily unavailable due to a system outage," read a message posted on AT&T's U-verse Website on Sunday afternoon at around 4 p.m., Eastern. "We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and are working around the clock to restore our site. Please try again on Monday, December 8, 2008."

The U-verse Website had already been down for several hours Sunday when that notice was posted, customers of the service say. The site is used by AT&T's customers to pay bills, access and change account info, order movie channels, etc. It is also the entry point many customers have bookmarked for programming their DVRs remotely.

— Phil Harvey, Editor, Light Reading

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DCITDave
DCITDave
12/5/2012 | 3:25:44 PM
re: AT&T U-verse Website Outage
The U-verse TV and Internet service are fine, from what I've observed in my home and heard from customers elsewhere in Texas and Oklahoma.

The outage is limited to the U-verse billing/customer service portal. Remote access to the DVR service is still up and running, too; you can get there from this link: http://u-versetv.sbc.yahoo.com...

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