AT&T Fiber, the new brand for an FTTP effort previously called AT&T GigaPower, said it has expanded its footprint to parts of 17 more metros.
The latest cities to get access include Birmingham, Ala.; Charleston and Colombia, S.C.; Chicago; Greensboro, N.C.; Huntsville and Mobile, Ala.; Houston; Indianapolis; Kansas City, Mo.; Little Rock, Ark.; Los Angeles (Jurupa, Los Angeles and Orange County), San Diego and Sacramento, Calif.; Memphis, Tenn.; New Orleans; and St. Louis.
In markets such as San Diego and New Orleans, AT&T Fiber is selling a symmetirical 1 Gbps service starting at $80 per month, with a 12-month commitment, rising to $119 per month after that introductory period. AT&T is also pitching TV bundles with DirecTV and U-verse TV.
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(Photo via Bill Bradford's Flickr. Image taken on March 4, 2016 and used per Creative Commons 2.0 license. The photo was cropped to fit 9x16 aspect ratio.)
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