AT&T Debuts in-car Satellite TV

AT&T Debuts in-car Satellite TV
technology
Sam Biddle
  • 5 june 2009

AT&T’s CruiseCast service has emerged out of beta and will now be available to the general public. The service weighs in at $1,299 for the requisite hardware and $28 a month for service, and will allow access to 33 channels of TV, including weather, news, sports, and kid-centric offerings, along with 19 satellite music stations.

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