AT&T has scored a first one over its market competitors by announcing that up to 100 American cities are accessing their Ethernet service that comes with Network on Demand capability.
The Network on Demand feature will make sure that businesses are in a position of using online portals to do everything they want. It’s a way of maximizing on opportunities and fully satisfies the prevailing needs from their customers. If there are any changes to business needs, customers will be able to plan that effectively and swiftly.
Previously, AT&T has introduced similar advancements to their markets in Texas and Austin which performed well. Now that they have brought the Network on Demand feature, it will work into complementing the efforts they have already put in place. Customers will now be able to enjoy high Internet speeds. AT&T has the fiber-to-the-building (FTTB) program running as a key project established in 2012 which is the anchor of all these developments.
They have set out a minimum target of connecting one million customers with fiber and they seem to be well on track. Residential customers subscribed to the company enjoy the GigaPower U-Verse service which is growing at a very high rate owing to increased market demand. It has helped the company to aggressively market their 1 Gbps speeds which have been taken up by several businesses. The new speeds were launched into the market in September 2014 starting off at 300 Mbps and increased to its current standing.
AT&T has also left the opportunities for customers open for consideration under their new Internet expansion plan. For all eligible customers, they can freely choose from multiple symmetric as well as asymmetric speeds that are as low as 25 Mbps. AT&T has further plans of expanding their other services like Internet VPN and VoIP in markets they reach.
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