Setanta Now Available On AT&T U-Verse

 Setanta Now Available On AT&T U VerseSetanta Sports is now available on AT&T U-Verse, as of this week.

U-Verse is AT&T’s Internet protocol television (IPTV) solution that starts at $44 per month and is available nationwide. Setanta Sports is available for $15 per month.

U-Verse also offers Fox Soccer Channel and GolTV, so if you’re unable to get DirecTV and you want to move away from DISH Network, AT&T U-Verse may be worth considering. Learn more about U-Verse today.

Setanta Sports is now available on DirecTV, DISH Network, Verizon FIOS, Cox (in Virginia), NextTV, WorldTV, AT&T U-Verse and other carriers.

If you’re a Comcast Cable customer and you want to get Setanta, learn what you can do to get Setanta on cable.

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2 Responses to Setanta Now Available On AT&T U-Verse

  1. Tim says:

    According to Setanta's website Comcast is now carrying Setanta in Boston.

  2. kc1tom says:

    For weeks Uverse has listed Setanta 657 in the guide w/programming, but it isn't available in Kansas City area apparently. When I call Uverse (sales & tech support), they don't even show the channel anywhere.

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