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April 23, 2014
Josh Wolford AT&T Announces Multi-City Fiber Expansion Plan
By Josh Wolford
AT&T has pulled a Google and announced a "major initiative to expand its ultra-fast fiber network." Like Google, who made a similar announcement back in February, AT&T is looking at some major metropolitan areas, scoping out the logistics, and saying that they could possibly expand to up to 100 cities.

Google's expansion plans eye 9 different metro area (34 communities in all).

"AT&T will work with local leaders in these markets to discuss ways to bring the service to their communities. Similar to previously announced metro area selections in Austin and Dallas and advanced discussions in Raleigh-Durham and Winston-Salem, communities that have suitable network facilities [...]

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