AT&T said it has expanded the reach of GigaPower, its fiber-based 1-Gig platform for residential and business customers, to additional parts of five more markets:
-Chicago: Hampshire, Munster and St. John (standalone 1-Gig starts at $110 per month)
-Miami: Coral Springs, North Miami and Tamarac (standalone 1-Gig starts at $110 per month)
-Dallas/Fort Worth: Richardson (standalone 1-Gig starts at $110 per month)
-Houston: Friendswood, Pearland, Manvel and Missouri City (standalone 1-Gig starts at $110 per month)
-San Antonio: Converse (standalone 1-Gig starts at $70 per month)
AT&T originally debuted GigaPower in the Dallas-Ft. Worth area on Aug. 14, 2014; in Houston on April 6, 2015; in Chicago on April 20, 2015; in Miami on May 4, 2015; and in San Antonio on Sept. 28, 2015.
AT&T, which acquired DirecTV last July, said it currently offers GigaPower to parts of 20 metros, with plans to expand it to 36 more.
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