The service is available through U-verse with AT&T GigaPower. A press statement released by the company said the new Internet service will offer customers the fastest online speeds that the market can offer. That means customers will be able to download up to 25 songs in less than a second or a TV show in 3 seconds.
At&t U-verse with AT&T GigaPower offers Internet speeds up to 1 Gigabit per second. Some of the benefiting markets are Atlanta, Chicago, Clemmons, Nashville, Garner, Houston, Holly Springs, Munster, Miami, Orlando and Salisbury. “From wired to wireless connectivity, access to high-speed Internet is incredibly important, and while I know businesses have had access to higher speeds for some time, to have Gigabit speeds accessible in homes in Spring Hill is a tremendous asset,” said State Senator Joey Hensley. “I am excited about the investments in our community.
AT&T Florida President, Joe York was also appreciative of the new venture by the company into new grounds. “Launching today is just one more milestone on the path to providing Oviedo and Sanford area consumers and small businesses access to life in the blazing fast lane. We are excited about keeping up that pace as we expand and enhance the AT&T Giga Power network to more locations.”
The new service is available for both tablets and Smartphones giving customers limitless options for enjoyment. AT&T GigaPower was first launched in Austin in 2014 and it succeeded beyond expectations. That is one of the key reasons why AT&T has decided to expand to additional markets in 2015 and the plan is long-term.
U-verse with AT&T GigaPower is available in 18 metros and AT&T has announced plans to offer service in parts of the St. Louis metro among many others.
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