AT&T Fiber said it has introduced 1-Gig broadband service to parts of three more markets – Greenville, S.C.; Little Rock, Ark.; and Sacramento, Calif.
There, AT&T Fiber’s standalone 1-Gig service starts at $90 per month.
With those additions, AT&T Fiber said it has launched service to parts of 46 metros nationwide and 3 million “locations,” including more than 500,000 apartments and condo units. AT&T Fiber said the latest deployments fulfills its commitment to bring service to at least 45 major metros by the end of 2016.
AT&T Fiber plans to expand to at least 67 metros.
Tied into a rebrand of its fiber-based offering, AT&T recently sunset Internet Preferences, a targeted Web advertising program it has been using in tandem with its lower-cost 1-Gig broadband service tiers.