#Uber has become an integral part of our lives and it’s come to a point where it is hard to imagine our lives without it. Keeping this in mind, the people behind Uber have been trying hard to keep their customers interested in the service by offering certain perks and other features. A new report now suggests that this could go to the next level, thanks to a partnership struck with AT&T.
It is being said that users could soon be able to stream football games while taking their rides, taking customer service to a whole new level. It is said that AT&T will be testing out this feature in areas of Nashville, Detroit, Atlanta and Houston as a pilot project. College football games will be live streamed for the time being.
You will be able to find this feature on select Chevy Tahoe vehicles that are driving around in the aforementioned regions. What makes this even better is that there will be no charge to make use of this feature. Using Uber, AT&T gets to demonstrate how its 4G LTE network can let you stream high quality football games in real time. So it’s a win-win situation.
Via: The Verge