Noted: From a report at GigaOm, UBS Research analyst John Hodulik told clients that AT&T has scaled back the number of homes it had hoped would have access to its alternative-to-cable TV service to 4 million to 5 million this year, compared to the initial 11 million. As writer Om Malik points out, that’s a significant cut.
Malik asked for more details, to which AT&T said it didn’t know where the UBS analyst got his numbers and it had previously said it was scaling back — to a mere 30 million living units by the end of 2011, or one year later than planned.
Hmm … the AT&T U-verse folks have been noticeably quiet in recent weeks. …
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