OnLive Receives Major Financial Backing from AT&T, Others

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lunchbox73

Never heard back about being a beta tester. :(

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Modred189

This is going to be a situation where I will believe it when I see it. 

Otherwise, it reeks of that Phantom from a few years back... 

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austin43

Great just what we needed, more corporate greed in on major steps forward for the gaming community.  We'll see how it goes.

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nekollx

 hummm AT&T wants to cap your bandwith and then do this? Sounds like they are trying to make people overage...

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I Jedi

I can't agree more, Nekollx. AT&T is full of shit and a contradictor.

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Vegan

Or rather, they want to sell you prioritized bits.

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Havok

 Probably something like"For the price of a console game a month..." will be their pitch. still, 59.99 each month on top of whatever AT&T costs for broadband WITH caps, it's gonna get pricey and bloddy fast. But if you buy now, we'll throw in aBandwith meter for inly 9.99 per month*.

 

*overage charge may apply here too.

 

 

OMGWTFBBQ

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nekollx

 "AT & T: Bringing you[r wallet] closer."

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Coming soon to Lulu.com --Tokusatsu Heroes--
Five teenagers, one alien ghost, a robot, and the fate of the world.

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