AT&T is bringing gigabit internet speeds to even more businesses across Georgia. With AT&T Business Fiber, more businesses can download and upload up to 1 gigabit per second (Gbps).¹
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These locations are also being designated as AT&T Fiber Ready locations. The AT&T Fiber Ready designation allows property owners to more effectively highlight ready access to the high-speed infrastructure that businesses demand.
AT&T Business Fiber is now available in select locations in these communities and many others across Georgia:
“For years, we have offered business customers gigabit connections. But through AT&T Business Fiber, we are speeding deployment of these high-speed connections to our business customers, offering fast and reliable network solutions to stay connected and competitive,” said Bill Leahy, president of AT&T Georgia. “Georgia is a great state for business, and we are investing heavily in our fiber-optics infrastructure, deploying increased speeds to both business and residential consumers across the state.”
With internet speeds up to 1Gbps businesses can:
- Download 8,000 word processing documents in 1 second.
- Download a 2-hour high definition video in 36 seconds.
- Backup/restore 1 terabyte hard drive in 2.5 hours.
We’re also launching nationwide U-verse Business Voice over AT&T Business Fiber.² The voice over IP phone service delivers great sound quality and high reliability as calls travel over the internet.
AT&T Invests in Georgia
AT&T has aggressively expanded its fiber footprint over the past few years, both to consumers and businesses. We have expanded coverage to reach over 1 million incremental business customer locations in the US, with over 60,000 of those in Georgia. We currently have around 1,300 multi-tenant office buildings that are live with AT&T Business Fiber in Georgia. And we will continue to build out to keep pace with growing demand.
AT&T invested nearly $5.5 billion in our Georgia wireless and wireline networks from 2013 through 2015.
For more information, check out the AT&T Business Fiber website.
¹ Geographic and service restrictions apply to AT&T Business Fiber. Acceptance of AT&T High Speed Internet Terms of Service at att.com/internet-terms is required. Internet speed claims represent maximum network Service Capability speeds. Actual customer speeds may vary and are not guaranteed. Actual speeds vary based on factors including site traffic, content provider server capacity, internal network management factors, device capabilities and use of other services.
² U-verse® Voice, including 911 dialing, will not function during a power outage without battery backup power, during a network outage, with relocation of the U-verse Gateway, with delays that may occur in making a registered location available through the ALI Database or with disconnection of service due to billing issues. Refer to U-verse Voice Terms of Service at http://www.att.com/gen/general?pid=6622 for more information on 911 and alarm systems. Acceptance of Uverse ® Voice Terms of Service and 911 Acknowledgement required. AT&T U-verse® Voicemail may not be fully compatible with all AT&T wireless voice mail systems. Some call information may be blocked or otherwise not displayed, including information for some calls originating outside of AT&T’s network and calls carried over facilities that do not transmit Caller ID information. U-verse Voice requires a U-verse High Speed internet connection and acceptance of U-verse High Speed Internet Terms of Service at http://www.att.com/internet-terms.