AT&T releases new multi-gig fiber internet, focuses on ‘simple, straightforward pricing’
AT&T has declared a small bunch of changes and upgrades for its fiber optic internet plans. The organization is carrying out new 2Gbps and 5Gbps speed levels to clients in excess of 70 urban areas across the United States, while additionally focusing on the thing it is alluding to as “new simple, straightforward pricing.”
In a press release today, AT&T reported that the new 2Gbps and 5Gbps speed levels are currently accessible to north of 5 million subscribers in the United States. These speeds are symmetrical, and that implies you ought to get similar speeds for upload and download.
Among the metro regions included in this rollout are Atlanta, Orlando, Austin, Dallas, and Nashville. You can see the full list of cities where multi-gig levels are accessible on AT&T’s site. The organization says that it will keep on extending the accessibility of multi-gig through 2022 and then some, vowing to cover 30 million clients before the finish of 2025.
Furthermore, AT&T is additionally focusing on what it depicts as “straightforward pricing.” For new subscribers, AT&T says that this will signify “no equipment fees, no annual contract, no data caps and no price increase at 12 months.”
Considering that, here are the pricing details for consumers and businesses intending to pursue the new multi-gig service:
AT&T Fiber 2 GIG: $110/month + taxes
AT&T Business Fiber 2 GIG: $225/month + taxes
AT&T Fiber 5 GIG: $180/month + taxes
AT&T Business Fiber 5 GIG: $395/month + taxes
Obviously, the most ideal way to take advantage of these speeds is by using your Mac associated with Ethernet.