AT&T’s measured expansion of U-verse has begun to reach South Bend, Ind. U-verse TV, High-Speed Internet and Voice are now all available in parts of the Indiana city.

The AT&T services are available in Granger, Mishawaka, Roseland and South Bend. AT&T will make U-verse services available to more homes throughout the area on an ongoing basis.

The company said it is now offering 45 high-definition (HD) channels and access to up to 320 channels. A digital video recorder (DVR) comes with most packages, and the DVR can be accessed through the Web or an AT&T mobile handset.

Current AT&T U-verse TV pricing starts at $44 per month, depending on the selected programming package (taxes, fees and other monthly charges apply).

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