AT&T Fiber Comes to Central Kentucky

Nov. 16, 2017
AT&T (NYSE:T) is now offering its AT&T Fiber service in parts of central Kentucky, including in parts of Georgetown and surrounding ...

AT&T (NYSE:T) is now offering its AT&T Fiber service in parts of central Kentucky, including in parts of Georgetown and surrounding communities. It's available to homes, apartments and small business locations.

The fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) service is based on near-gigabit (typical downstream throughput is 940 Mbps, the company says) Internet service, either standalone or bundled with voice and/or video from DirecTV or AT&T's U-verse video. AT&T Internet 1000 is $70 a month in a bundle or $80 a month standalone for the first year. After 12 months, price moves up to $90 a month.

"Our customers are increasingly interacting with their world in more data-intensive ways," said Hood Harris, president, AT&T Kentucky. "A growing number of people are streaming content directly from their devices, and interacting with family and friends through live videos. For these reasons, we're continuing to expand the availability of our fastest Internet speeds to more locations throughout the Commonwealth."

AT&T Fiber is available in more than 6 million locations across 62 metro areas, most recently in parts of Columbus and Macon, GA. The company plans to reach at least 12.5 million locations by mid-2019.

About the Author

BTR Staff

Editorial Director and Associate Publisher
[email protected]
Senior Editor
[email protected]
Business Solutions Manager
(312) 350-0452
[email protected]
Business Solutions Manager
(516) 695-3899
[email protected]

Sponsored Recommendations

New Optical Wavelength Service Trends

July 1, 2024
Discover how optical wavelength services are reshaping the telecom landscape, driven by rapid expansion and adoption of high-speed connections exceeding 100 Gbps, championed by...

Data Center Interconnection

June 18, 2024
Join us for an interactive discussion on the growing data center interconnection market. Learn about the role of coherent pluggable optics, new connectivity technologies, and ...

Advancing Data Center Interconnect

July 31, 2023
Large and hyperscale data center operators are seeing utility in Data Center Interconnect (DCI) to expand their layer two or local area networks across data centers. But the methods...

AI’s magic networking moment

March 6, 2024
Dive into the forefront of technological evolution with our exclusive webinar, where industry giants discuss the transformative impact of AI on the optical and networking sector...