AT&T announced Monday it plans to expand the availability of AT&T GigaPower, an ultra-fast Internet service, to homes, apartments and small businesses in 38 metropolitan areas, including Indianapolis. The addition of the new metro areas will bring the total to 56 across the country.
The AT&T GigaPower network provides Internet speeds up to 1 gigabit per second. AT&T says this new service will allow users to improve online streaming, connecting to the cloud and videoconferencing.
“High-speed Internet connections improve access to education, health care and employment opportunities,” said Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard. “Our residents are eager to access more fiber-based resources, and fortunately for our community, AT&T has long been a leader in listening to their customers and meeting their needs.”
AT&T GigaPower was first launched in Austin, Texas nearly two years ago. The new service now reaches more than one million locations and AT&T expects that to double by the end of 2016.
More information on the AT&T GigaPower network is available at att.com/gigapowermap.