AT&T expands U-verse with AT&T GigaPower

AT&T data plans

American telecom major AT&T today announced the expansion of U-verse with AT&T GigaPower to Brookhaven, Dunwoody, Milton and Woodstock.

U-verse with AT&T GigaPower already is available in parts of Atlanta, Decatur, Newnan, Sandy Springs and surrounding communities.

AT&T GigaPower offers Internet speeds up to 1 gigabit per second enabling customers to download 25 songs in less than a second, a TV show in three seconds or their favorite HD movie in less than 36 seconds.

“The AT&T GigaPower network facilitates a new wave of creativity and innovation through enhanced opportunities for education, health, research and small business growth,” said Beth Shiroishi, president of AT&T Georgia.

Customers who opt for U-verse with AT&T GigaPower will also have access to  U-verse TV and Voice services. New customers can watch and record up to six HD programs at the same time. AT&T GigaPower customers will also be able to record and store more of their favorite shows – up to 900 hours of SD or 330 hours of HD programming.

Customers can use the AT&T U-verse App on smartphones and tablets to watch more than 250 live TV channels in their home and more than 210 live TV channels while on the go. Customers can also stream video on demand, schedule DVR recordings and access other features from the U-verse app.

AT&T is offering the U-verse High Speed Internet Premier, which offers Internet speeds up to 1Gbps, for $120 a month and speeds at 100Mbps for $90 a month.

The price of U-verse High Speed Internet Premier + TV offering Internet speeds up to 1Gbps and TV is $150 a month, or speeds at 100Mbps and TV service for $120 a month.

AT&T charges U-verse High Speed Internet Premier + TV + Voice with Internet speeds up to 1Gbps with TV service and Unlimited U-verse Voice $180 per month, or speeds at 100Mbps with TV service and Unlimited U-verse Voice for $150 per month.

AT&T plans to expand its 100 percent fiber-optic network in up to 25 markets. The company has launched U-verse with AT&T GigaPower in 15 markets. AT&T has announced plans to offer AT&T GigaPower in parts of the Jacksonville, St. Louis and San Antonio markets.

AT&T will continue to roll out its fastest Internet services over its all-fiber network to reach more than 14 million residential and commercial locations.

Between 2012 through 2014, AT&T invested more than $5.4 billion in its best-in-class wireless and wired networks in Georgia.

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