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AT&T Is Launching Two-Year Guaranteed Pricing For DIRECTV Home Internet Customers


AT&T Inc. (NYSE: T) revealed it's launching a fresh two-year guaranteed pricing for its new DIRECTV home Internet, as well as, digital home phone customers. According to the company, if the subscribers integrate any of its services with a fresh DIRECTV subscription, then it would lock the price for two years.

AT&T said such integration of services would save over 40 percent to its customers on a triple play. The company said that the program will commence from Friday.

The telecom service provider said the package is available for $50 a month and is guaranteed for a period of two years once added to an eligible new or current service like home Internet or wireless.

AT&T's Chief Marketing Officer, David Christopher, said, "We listen to our customers. They want easy-to-understand pricing and guaranteed savings, and we're delivering. As the nation's premier mobile entertainment company, we're committed to making it a better experience for them. We're committed to making sure our products are better together."

The company also dropped its price of its home voice service to $9.99 a month for two years if the subscriber purchases it along with two other services like wireless or broadband or TV.

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