We suppose it was inevitable that AT&T would drop U-verse support for the Xbox 360 sometime after Ericsson’s acquisition of Microsoft Mediaroom due to the complex Microsoft-centric integration. Not to mention, AT&T cites “low customer demand” in their decision to cease service come 12/31. Fortunately, AT&T is doing the right thing in compensating the small subset of customers who invested in the solution, via a media center remote purchase, Xbox Live Gold subscription, and installation fees, by crediting $99 to their accounts. While Microsoft sill has its sights set on living room Input 1, via Xbox One IR blasting HDMI pass-thru, this concludes the underwhelming IPTV chapter originally announced by Bill Gates at the 2007 edition of CES. As to AT&T, they currently have no plans to rejoin Comcast and Verizon on Xbox via a pure OTT U-verse app.