AT&T Fiber Added in 4 New Metro Areas

Oct. 19, 2017
AT&T (NYSE:T) launched its AT&T Fiber FTTH Internet service in part of four new metro areas: Columbus and Macon, GA; Lafayette, LA; and ...

AT&T (NYSE:T) launched its AT&T Fiber FTTH Internet service in part of four new metro areas: Columbus and Macon, GA; Lafayette, LA; and Montgomery, AL.

The near-gigabit Internet service (typical downstream speeds are 940 Mbps, the company says) is now available in parts of 61 metro areas in 21 states.

Available plans include AT&T Internet 50, AT&T Internet 100 and AT&T Internet 1000. Bundles with video and voice services are available as well.

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