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AT&T has announced its fiber customers can now access the Internet with new multi-gigabyte speeds. Almost 5.2 million customer locations in parts of more than 70 metro areas, such as L.A., Atlanta and Dallas, will be able to take advantage of symmetrical 2-Gig and 5-Gig speed tiers.

AT&T says that this is just the beginning: “AT&T will continue bringing multi-gig-capable technology across our current fiber footprint throughout 2022 and as part of our future expansion efforts to cover 30 million customer locations by year-end 2025.”

Also AT&T is now rolling out ‘straightforward pricing’ across its consumer AT&T Fiber portfolio. For new customers, this means no equipment fees, no annual contract, no data caps and no price increase at 12 months – plus AT&T ActiveArmorSM internet security, next-gen Wi-Fi, and HBO Max included on their fastest speed plans – at no additional cost.

AT&T also announced they have achieved up to 10-Gig speeds in their labs.

“As we set out to become America’s best connectivity provider, we’re doubling down on fiber in our broadband infrastructure. “With true multi-gig speeds, and symmetrical upload and download, AT&T Fiber will redefine how we experience the internet and drive innovation, from education, to work, to entertainment.”

CEO Jeff McElfresh, AT&T Communications

According to a recent survey AT&T commissioned with Recon Analytics, 6 in 10 consumers purchased a new connected device in the last year. The average consumer has 13 connected devices in their home and that is expected to multiply. Many workers now have the option to work remotely long term which means more video conferencing. Consumers and small businesses are consuming more data than ever, and AT&T expect to continue to see data consumption increase from megabytes to terabytes.

Multi-gigabyte speeds are primed for these growing demands and will provide more bandwidth for households and small businesses to run a multitude of connected devices at once. Similar to freeways with several high-speed lanes, multi-gig speeds open those lanes for various connected devices to run at their fastest possible speed.

“The pandemic has significantly changed how consumers and businesses use the internet and what is required from a broadband provider. Faster is better – but reliability is best. And AT&T has shown it has both with AT&T Fiber.”

Roger Entner, Founder and Lead Analyst of Recon Analytics

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

AT&T is committed to connecting more Americans to reliable, high-speed broadband internet in several ways, including expanding and upgrading our network and participating in the federal Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP). The ACP provides eligible households with a benefit of up to $30 a month and up to $75 on qualifying Tribal lands to reduce the cost of broadband service, including our new multi-gig speed tiers, which will become eligible for the benefit in the coming weeks. And we are addressing the digital divide in education through our AT&T Connected Learning initiative which focuses on investing in connectivity, technology, digital literacy and education solutions to help today’s learners succeed inside and outside of the classroom. This includes opening more than 20 AT&T Connected Learning Centers across the country, all fitted with free access to high-speed AT&T Fiber internet and Wi-Fi. We’re also keeping businesses connected with more than 675,000 U.S. business buildings lit with fiber from AT&T, enabling high-speed fiber connections to more than 2.75 million U.S. business customer locations. Nationwide, more than 9.5 million business customer locations are within 1,000 feet of our fiber.


For more information or to check availability for all speed tiers of AT&T Fiber, visit And for more on AT&T multi-gig tiers, visit

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