An additional six markets have joined AT&T to enjoy its 75 Mbps U-Verse tier service as it seeks to address increasing needs for better Internet service provision.
It is one of the biggest achievements for the company in 2015 as it repositions as a market leader in provision of affordable and high-speed internet. The announcement was posted on the company’s official blog post. The new markets are Baton Rouge- La, Grand Rapids- Mich, Milwaukee- Wis, Mobile- Ala, New Orleans- La and South Bend- Ind.
The company says the new speeds will be good for people who like gaming, watching TV and listening to music. Among the benefits to enjoy with the new speeds include downloading a song of 5 minutes length in just less than a second which is incredible. Another benefit is downloading a TV program that is one hour long in a record 35 seconds.
These are Internet speeds that you will never get with many other service providers. Do you have more than one device at home and you would want to use internet with both? 75 Mbps is the right speed to use as recommended by AT&T. They have quoted introductory prices for the new markets as $39.95 every month but it has to be bundled with several other U-verse services.
“These six markets are the latest example of our exciting expansion of our 75 Mbps service. We recently launched the High Speed Internet 75 speed option in parts of Monterey and Sacramento, Calif.; Fort Lauderdale and Miami, Fla.; Augusta, Ga.; St. Louis, Mo.; Cleveland, Columbus and Toledo, Ohio; Charleston, S.C.; and El Paso, Texas,” a statement from the company said. “In parts of these markets, customers can bundle High Speed Internet 75 with a qualifying U-verse TV package and watch more than 220 channels inside the home and more than 130 channels outside the home.”
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