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This article does not cite any references or sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (December 2009) AT&T Broadband LLC Industry Cable Television Fate Purchased Successor Comcast Founded 1999 Defunct 2003 Headquarters Englewood, Colorado, USA Parent AT&T AT&T Broadband was the name of AT&T's cable operations, which were composed of the assets of TCI and MediaOne, Prime Cable, as well as two Comcast cable systems (Sacramento, California and northern DeKalb County, Georgia) AT&T acquired later in a system swap. Formed in 1999, AT&T Broadband was the largest provider of cable television services. Media and online services for AT&T Broadband customers were originally provided by either RoadRunner or Excite@Home. AT&T went through a corporate restructuring process in 2002, which called for AT&T Wireless, AT&T Business, AT&T Consumer, and AT&T Broadband all to become separate companies. Only AT&T Wireless was spun off, and AT&T Broadband was purchased by Comcast in 2003, the flagship Prime Cable building on Irving Park Avenue changed to Comcast. See also The @Home Network, and Excite webportal TCI MediaOne v • d • e Spinoffs of American Telephone & Telegraph 1956: Bell Canada • Northern Electric 1984 divestiture: Ameritech • Bell Atlantic • Bell Communications Research • BellSouth • NYNEX • Pacific Telesis • Southwestern Bell • U S WEST 1996: Lucent Technologies • NCR 1997: AT&T Submarine System, sold to Tyco International 2001: AT&T Broadband • AT&T Wireless Second-Generation Spinoffs Advanced American Telephones • Agere Systems • AirTouch • Avaya • Dex Media • Frontier Communications ILEC Holdings • MediaOne Group • Northern New England Spinco • QLT Consumer Lease Services • R. H. Donnelley Publishing & Advertising of Illinois • SuperMedia • Telcordia Technologies • Teradata v • d • e Cable, satellite, and other speciality television providers in the United States Cable Adams Cable · Advanced Cable Communications · Americable International (Puerto Rico) · Astound Broadband · Atlantic Broadband · Armstrong Telephone Company · Allegiance Communications · BendBroadband · Blue Ridge Communications · Bresnan Communications · Bright House Networks · Broadstripe · Buckeye CableSystem · Cable One · Cablevision · Champion Broadband · Charter · Choice Cable TV (Puerto Rico) · CMA Communications · Comcast · Cox · Crestview Cable · Emery Telcom · FairPoint Communications · GCI · GUdTV (Guam) · Hargray · Insight · Knology · Liberty Cablevision (Puerto Rico) · MCV Broadband (Guam) · Mediacom · MetroCast Cablevision · Midcontinent Communications · N.E.W. Media Cablevision  · Northland Cable Television · OneLink (Puerto Rico) · RCN  · San Juan Cable (Puerto Rico) · Satview Broadband · Service Electric · Suddenlink · Time Warner Cable · Truvista Communications · US Cable · Wave Broadband · Western Broadband · Windjammer Communications · WOW!  · Xfinity (Comcast) · PC One Cable  · SRT Satellite DirecTV (Channels)  · Dish Network (Channels:USA | Mexico)  · Shaw Direct (Channels)  · GlobeCast  · HITS IPTV NEP Datavision · Qwest Choice TV  · Sky Angel (Channels)  · SureWest  · U-verse (AT&T) · Claro TV (Claro)  · NDTC TV Fiber FiOS (Channels) Defunct Cable TV Adelphia  · Alameda Power and Telecom · Almega Cable · AT&T Broadband ( MediaOne Group · Tele-Communications Inc. ) · Crown Cable · Friendship Cable · Graceba Total Communications · King Videocable · Marcus Cable · Paragon Cable · Patriot Media · Precis Communications · Rapid Communications · Citizens Cable (Colorado) Defunct Satellite AlphaStar · PrimeStar · USSB · Voom Defunct IPTV VDC Defunct Terrestrial USDTV Americas · Canada · Europe · Africa, Asia, and Oceania · United States