AT&T Expands GigaPower Reach

Hits More Areas Near Atlanta, Chicago, Houston
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AT&T said it has launched its fiber-based GigaPower platform to parts of several new areas in and around markets such as Atlanta, Chicago and Houston.

Here’s the latest batch of expansions and pricing on a market-by-market basis:

-Atlanta: Alpharetta, Cartersville, Duluth, East Point and Rome. Standalone 1-Gig for $70/month, 1-Gig+TV starting at $120/month, and 1-Gig, TV and voice starting at $150/month.

-Chicago: Bolingbrook, Mundelein, Shorewood and Volo. Standalone 1-Gig for $110/month; 1-Gig + TV starting at $150/month; and 1-Gig+TV+voice starting at $180/month.

-Clemmons, Holly Springs, Salisbury, and Garner, N.C. Standalone 1-Gig for $70/month, 1-Gig+TV starting at $120/month, and 1-Gig, TV and voice starting at $150/month.

-Nashville: Gallatin and Spring Hill. Standalone 1-Gig for $70/month, 1-Gig+TV starting at $120/month, and 1-Gig, TV and voice starting at $150/month.

-Houston: Hunters Creek Village and Rosenberg. Standalone 1-Gig for $110/month; 1-Gig + TV starting at $150/month; and 1-Gig+TV+voice starting at $180/month.

-Miami: Coral Gables, Homestead, Miami Gardens and Parkland. Standalone 1-Gig for $110/month; 1-Gig + TV starting at $150/month; and 1-Gig+TV+voice starting at $180/month.

-Orlando: Oviedo and Sanford. Standalone 1-Gig for $110/month; 1-Gig + TV starting at $150/month; and 1-Gig+TV+voice starting at $180/month.

AT&T also announced plans to offer service in parts of the St. Louis metro, in addition to the 18 metros where U-verse with GigaPower is already available.

In addition to the 18 metros where AT&T offers GigaPower, the telco also has plans to offer it in parts of the  St. Louis metro. AT&T recently launched an interactive map that tracks GigaPower’s progress.

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