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AT&T is rolling out multi-gig fiber internet to more than 70 cities

2022-01-24 18:23 by
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Following the activation of its C-band 5G network last week, AT&T is now upgrading its fiber-based broadband service with two new plans that top out at 2Gbps and 5Gbps, respectively.

Effective immediately, more than 5 million customers across more than 70 cities - including Los Angeles, Atlanta and Dallas - can upgrade their plans to support uploads and downloads of up to 2 gigabits per second for $110 per month, or up to a blazing-fast 5Gbps for $180 per month. Previously, AT&T fiber internet plans topped out at a single gig, or 1,000 megabits per second.

AT&T is enacting a new "straightforward pricing" policy, which means there are no data limits, no equipment fees, no annual contract, and no "deals" that will see prices increase at 12 months.

Both of AT&T's new multi-gig plans and the older 1 GIG plan come with HBO Max included in the price as well as AT&T's Active Armor Internet security package. These plans also have no data caps so you can use the full speed of your connection as much as you want without worrying about the overages that are common with cable internet.

With the launch of these new multi-gigabit internet plans, AT&T is calling itself the "fastest major internet provider." AT&T intends to continue to expand its faster connection speeds to additional customers, with plans to cover 30 million customer locations by the end of 2025.

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