MARCH 25, 2008 -- AT&T Inc. (search for AT&T) and Vidorra Condominiums have signed an AT&T Connected Communities agreement to bring fiber-based AT&T U-verse TV and high-speed Internet services to Vidorra residents.
The agreement with Vidorra is part of the AT&T Connected Communities program, a marketing initiative between AT&T and regional or national single-family builders, developers, real estate investment trusts, apartment ownership and management groups, and homeowners' associations to provide next-generation communications and entertainment to residents and home buyers.
"Today's urban dwellers expect the latest technology and the best products and services in a new development, and we are pleased to work with AT&T to deliver that to our residents," said Drake Leddy, Vidorra Condominiums co-developer.
Vidorra Condominiums, a high-rise development currently under construction in downtown San Antonio, will connect residents to AT&T's fiber-optic network. The AT&T Connected Communities agreement will enable AT&T to make its IP-based video, high-speed Internet and voice services available to Vidorra residents. AT&T will also provide wireless Internet service in Vidorra meeting rooms, pool and lounge areas, and the 20th-floor sky room.
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