ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Cable TV services company AT&T Broadband said Monday it has finalized an agreement with consumer electronics retailer Best Buy to sell AT&T digital cable and high-speed Internet access services.
More than 100 Best Buy stores will offer the AT&T Broadband services. The stores will also feature interactive displays for customers to learn about AT&T Broadband services and to check for service availability.
Activation kits, which include rebates, installation coupons and other discounts, cost $19.95 for digital cable and $19.95 for the high-speed Internet service AT&TAtHome. Best Buy started offering these services at its Dallas stores last fall.
AT&T Broadband, a unit of AT&T Corp. , last month rejected a $40 billion takeover offer from smaller rival Comcast.