Mobilizing The Masters
Not lucky enough to walk amongst the azaleas at Augusta next week? No worries. You don’t have to miss out on a moment of the 2015 Masters. AT&T is giving you the best view in the gallery by mobilizing your passion for one of the game’s premiere events.
By simply visiting uverse.com/masters on your desktop, laptop or mobile browser, you can catch all the action. Specifically, you’ll get three live feeds with AT&T U-verse Multiview, the latest news, player bios and more. You don’t need to log in. You don’t even need to be a U-verse subscriber.
If you are a U-verse subscriber, you can watch the drama unfold on U-verse TV. And when you press “INTERACTIVE” on your remote control, you can check out all the features mentioned above and much more via The Masters TV App. Here’s the schedule for live Tournament TV coverage:
- Wednesday, April 8, 3-5 p.m. ET: Par 3 Contest on ESPN
- Thursday, April 9, 3-7:30 p.m. ET: first round on ESPN
- Friday, April 10, 3-7:30 p.m. ET: second round on ESPN
- Saturday, April 11, 3-7 p.m. ET: third round on CBS
- Sunday, April 12, 2-7 p.m. ET: final round on CBS
Live ESPN coverage on April 8-10 is also available via the U-verse app on mobile devices.
Want more? Head to Twitter.com/ATT and Instagram.com/ATT, where we’ll be sharing images and content from #TheMasters throughout the Tournament. We’ll be chatting with fans as the golfers battle it out for the legendary green jacket. Also, be sure to follow #attathlete Jordan Spieth on social media to track his time in Augusta.
If you plan on attending the event, AT&T has enhanced cellular coverage around the course to help ensure you’re able to meet up with friends, make calls and upload photos within cell-phone approved areas. To keep up with the expected influx in traffic for this year’s event, AT&T has tripled its capacity compared to last year though temporary and permanent network deployments.
We’re proud to be part of this year’s Masters, and hope you’ll join us for one of the best tournaments around – either from the fairways of Augusta, via The Masters TV App, the U-verse mobile app or at uverse.com/masters. It should be a thrilling weekend, and we can’t wait to see what’s in store. (And of course, best of luck, Jordan!)