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AT&T launches HD Homezone service

Darren Murph

It's taken some serious patience, but Homezone customers can finally look forward to coming home and enjoying a high-definition flavor of the service. While U-Verse made the move to HD last year, Homezone customers now have access to "more than 30 national HD channels" along with additional HD locals in each market. Additionally, it was noted that users could expect imagery "four times as detailed as standard definition signals," but regardless of whether you believe that or not, tuning into surround sound should be a treat in and of itself. Those looking to make the jump can reportedly add the AT&T / DISH HD package free of charge for the first year if you order all of the "qualifying extras," and afterwards it'll run you $20 per month.

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