AT&T is getting only slightly more specific about the company's plan to offer 1 Gbps service to select portions of Austin ahead of Google Fiber's launch there. AT&T's fiber to the press release announcement has been rather ambiguous so far, the company only noting they'll first offer 300 Mbps, then 1 Gbps to "tens of thousands of customer locations" after several years.
A new press release gets only slightly more specific, targeting a "mid 2014" target date for when AT&T will actually offer 1 Gbps to these select customers. There's still no word on pricing, though a recent website glitch seemed to suggest a $200 price point for the 300 Mbps tier.
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