AT&T will offer the same eight channels that are available to Verizon subscribers: CBS Mobile, Comedy Central, ESPN Mobile TV, Fox Mobile, MTV, NBC 2GO, NBC News2Go and Nickelodeon. It also will package in two extra, exclusive-to-AT&T channels that have yet to be revealed.
Same as Verizon, AT&T is launching the service with just two handsets, the LG Vu, and the Samsung Access.
LG Vu: A sleek and stunning device, the Vu gives you a clear view of TV, Web, pictures, or videos on its large interactive touch screen. It also lets you get the utmost in mobile entertainment with a music player, 2.0 megapixel camera, and Bluetooth capabilities.
Samsung Access: This stylish handset features a large landscape display, ideal for delivering a rich viewing experience and an internal antenna for exceptional reception. It's a great device for customers who are looking for advanced multimedia capabilities such as a camera, external stereo speakers, stereo Bluetooth, AT&T Music, CV, of course, AT&T Mobile TV.
No word on pricing was given on the service or the handsets, but you can expect these handsets to cost in the $150 to $300 range.