AT&T is now offering its high-speed fiber-optic Internet service in more Tennessee Valley homes.
The telecommunications giant announced it has launched its AT&T Fiber brand in Athens and Florence, while expanding services in the Huntsville metropolitan area. Some Madison and Killen customers are also being offered this service.
This is part of an ongoing nationwide expansion of fiber-optic services, as the company currently reaches 4 million customers, and it plans to reach 67 metropolitan areas.
Customers who wish to purchase the gigabit-speed service, branded as AT&T 1000, can purchase it for an $80 per month promotional rate for one year. The price increases to $119 per month after the 12 months. The company also offers slower Internet speed capabilities with its fiber-optic service.
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