NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- AT&T has begun installing equipment to offer TV services in Nashville.
The Tennessean reported the communications company has a contractor installing equipment boxes in different parts of the city.
The initial permits don't give a clear picture of which neighborhoods will get the new service, and AT&T has said not all of the boxes will provide video services.
Company spokesman Bob Corney said AT&T is moving as fast as it can to get TV service to as many TV customers as possible.
The service is called U-verse and will will offer program packages from $44 per month to $132 per month.
The top tier service includes up to 329 channels and high-speed Internet service.
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