AT&T said it has lit up its fiber-based GigaPower platform in parts of Oklahoma City, Okla., while expanding 1-Gig deployments in Atlanta, Kansas City and Los Angeles.
The Oklahoma City deployment includes greater Canadian and Cleveland counties. In that market, AT&T’s standalone 1-Gig offering starts at $110 per month (AT&T's “Premier” plans require that customers participate in a targeted advertising program called AT&T Internet Preferences).
The Atlanta extensions are bringing GigaPower to parts of Douglasville, Grayson, McDonough, Peachtree Corners and surrounding communities, with standalone 1-Gig starting at $70 per month.
AT&T has also branched further into the L.A. area with GigaPower launches in Corona, Fontana, Glendale, and Riverside, with standalone 1-Gig starting at $110 per month.
In Kansas City, Google Fiber’s first launched market, GigaPower is now extending into parts of Westwood, and matching up with 1-Gig starting at $70 per month.
AT&T also introduced 1-Gig for business customers in San Francisco, Chicago, Dallas and Miami.
AT&T estimates that GigaPower is currently available to 1.6 million locations in 21 metros. The telco has plans to offer GigaPower to parts of 35 more areas and a total of 14 million residential and commercial fiber-to-the-premises locations.