San Antonio Fans get NFL Network

San Antonio
football fans who don’t want to
miss any Dallas Cowboys games this season can breathe a sigh of relief.
AT&T Inc. announced that AT&T U-verse TV is now available to more than
170,000 living units in the

Antonio area, and the expansion comes just in time for
fans who want access to football 24/7, including the Dallas Cowboys — Green
Bay Packers game, which will be telecast exclusively on NFL Network on
Thursday, Nov. 29.

Cowboys have a tremendous following in

Antonio, and these fans will be able to watch Cowboys’
games throughout the season once they make the switch to AT&T
U-verse,” said Jerry Jones, owner and general manager of the Dallas
Cowboys. “I believe that U-verse TV is one of the most exciting television
choices available today, and certainly U-verse subscribers will be the most
popular people on the block when the Cowboys play the Packers on Nov. 29 and
the Panthers next month on NFL Network. They’re going to make the neighbors

Thanksgiving Day and continuing through the end of the year, NFL Network
exclusively televises the Run to the Playoffs package, a series of Thursday and
Saturday night NFL games, including the Cowboys – Packers game Thursday, Nov.
29, and the Dallas Cowboys – Carolina Panthers game Saturday, Dec. 22, both
airing at 7:15 p.m. CST. Some

Antonio football fans will not have access to these
high-profile games through their local cable provider. AT&T U-verse offers
NFL Network in its most popular programming tiers – U200 and above – which
start as low as $59 a month. NFL Network HD is also available on U-verse TV
with HD service for an additional $10 a month.

continue to grow so that more
San Antonio
residents can turn to U-verse TV for the content they want, including channels
like NFL Network,” said Mikal Harn, AT&T vice president and general manager

San Antonio.

football fans who want to watch these Cowboys games should call us now so they
can be ready to go on game day.”

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