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AT&T expands GigaPower Rollout

Tuesday, Oct 13, 2015

AT&T said it has expanded the availability of its fiber-based GigaPower service to additional residential and business locations in parts of Georgia, North Carolina, Kansas City, Florida and Chicago.

-Georgia: Parts of Athens, Covington, Johns Creek and Smyrna, complementing access in portions of Atlanta, Brookhaven, Decatur, Dunwoody, Newnan, Milton, Sandy Springs, and Woodstock. Standalone 1-Gig there starts at $70 per month, $120 when bundled with TV, and $150 when bundled with U-verse TV and U-verse voice.

-Kansas City: Parts of Belton, Blue Springs, Grain Valley, Lee’s Summit and Raymore, expanding on access in parts of Independence and Kansas City, Mo., and  Fairway, Leawood, Lenexa, Mission Hills, Olathe, Overland Park, Prairie Village and Shawnee, Kan.  Standalone 1-Gig service in these areas starts at $70 per month, $120 when bundled with TV, and $150 when bundled with U-verse TV and U-verse voice.

-Florida: Residential and small business customers in Coconut Creek, Davie, Doral and Oakland Park, expanding on builds in Fort Lauderdale, Hialeah, Hollywood, Miami, and Pompano Beach.  In those markets, standalone 1-Gig starts at $110 per month.

-North Carolina: Added access to Huntersville, expanding on access to parts of Apex, Carrboro, Cary, Chapel Hill, Charlotte, Durham, Gastonia, Greensboro, Morrisville, Raleigh,  and Winston-Salem . Standalone 1-gig starts at $70 per month.

-Chicago area: AT&T is bringing GigaPower to Aurora, Huntley and Joliet, expanding on its reach in the city of Chicago, Des Plaines, Elgin, Manhattan, Norridge, Oswego, Plainfield, Skokie, and Yorkville.  Standalone 1-Gig starts there for $110 per month.

AT&T has also been applying a monthly data consumption policy to GigaPower that caps usage at 1-terabyte before charging $10 for each additional bucket of 50 Gigabytes, with a maximum monthly overage charge of $30.

AT&T said U-verse with AT&T GigaPower is currently available in 17 metros, with plans underway to expand to Jacksonville and St. Louis.

AT&T recently introduced an interactive map that tracks GigaPower rollouts.

 

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