100% Fiber Network Powered by AT&T Fiber Expands in 17 Metros – See if It’s Near You
We’re bringing an ultra-fast gigabit internet connection1 to homes, apartments and small business locations in nearly 50 new cities. This brings service to additional communities in 17 metro areas where we’ve previously launched.
Metro areas where we continue to expand our 100% fiber network include:
- Birmingham, Alabama
- Charleston, South Carolina
- Columbia, South Carolina
- Greensboro, North Carolina
- Huntsville, Alabama
- Kansas City, Missouri
- Little Rock, Arkansas
- Los Angeles (Jurupa, Los Angeles, Orange County)
- Memphis, Tennessee
- Mobile, Alabama
- New Orleans
- Sacramento, California
- San Diego
- St. Louis
What can I do with ultra-fast internet speeds?
These internet speeds are 20x faster than the average cable customer.2 You can download 25 songs in 1 second or a 90-minute HD movie in less than 34 seconds.3
You can also quickly access and stream the latest online movies, music and games. The ultra-fast speeds also you easily telecommute, video-conference, upload and download photos and videos, and connect faster to the cloud.
Our ultra-fast internet service is currently available in over 51 metros nationwide. We plan to reach at least 67 metros with our fastest internet service.
Today, we’re marketing a 1 gigabit connection4 to nearly 4 million customer locations. More than 650,000 of those locations are apartments and condo units.
We have the largest fiber network across the 21 states where we offer home internet service.5 By mid-2019 we plan to reach at least 12.5 million locations, across 67 metro areas with our 100% fiber network.
For more information on AT&T Fiber, visit att.com/getfiber.
1 Actual customer speeds may vary. Download speeds are typically up to 940Mbps due to overhead capacity reserved to deliver the data
2Initial availability limited to select areas. May not be available in your area. Go to att.com/fibermap to see if you qualify.
3Speed/Time examples are estimates.
4Actual customer speeds may vary. Download speeds are typically up to 940Mbps due to overhead capacity reserved to deliver the data.
5 Based on publicly available data for the top fiber providers in the AT&T operating footprint.
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