AT&T flurry of GigaPower announcements continued Tuesday with word that it will bring its fiber-based, 1-Gig-capable network to parts of Miami, where Comcast is the incumbent cable operator.
Per its recent string of GigaPower market announcements, AT&T said it will announce pricing and specific target areas at a later date. In addition to the city of Miami, AT&T is also considering GigaPower deployments in several nearby areas, including Hialeah, Hollywood, Homestead, Opa-Locka, and Pompano Beach.
If AT&T follows the blueprint established in Austin, Texas, where it is upgrading speeds from 300 Mbps to 1 Gbps for GigaPower, consumers can expect to pay $70 per month for a “Premier” plan that waives equipment, installation and activation fees, but requires customers to participate in a targeted advertising program called AT&T Internet Preferences, or $99 per month for a “Standard” tier that doesn’t include the targeted ad component.
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