AT&T announces CruiseCast in-car satellite service

AT&T already provides customers with Highspeed Internet, TV at home, Landlines, and cellphones but they also want to provide you with in-car satellite TV service with their new CruiseCast service. CruiseCast was announced by AT&T at CES this year and according to AT&T the service will be launching as early as this Spring. CruiseCast will have around 20 channels of programming initially with up to 20 satellite radio stations to choose from as well. Some of the programming that the service will deliver will include programming that family members of all ages enjoy at home, which will include Disney Channel, Toon Disney, Discovery Kids, Animal Planet, Nickelodeon, Cartoon Network Mobile, USA, COMEDY CENTRAL, MSNBC, CNN Mobile Live and CNBC.

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"in-car satellite TV service"
As if there aren't enough distractions in the car. Who the hell would need something like this?

ahhell said,
"in-car satellite TV service"
As if there aren't enough distractions in the car. Who the hell would need something like this?


Did you happen to look at the channel lineup? It's mostly kids shows, in other words, this is for the kids in the back seat on long trips, not for the parents driving.