/// AT&T Begins Spreading its Gigabit Fiber in Austin, Taking On Google
AT&T said Monday night that it has begun its gigabit-per-second fiber deployment in Austin, Texas–a move that rivals Google’s own fiber plans for the city . Image via Shutterstock/asharkyu AT&T said it will begin offering service in some areas of Austin by December, reaching tens of thousands of customers this year and more neighborhoods in 2014. “In Austin we’re deploying fiber very aggressively,” AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson said at last week’s Goldman Sachs conference. “The cost dynamics of deploying fiber have dramatically changed… The cost dynamics look good, the revenue implications look good, the market implications look good, so you’re going to see more of this over time and I fully expect you’ll see us doing markets like this over the next few years.” Google, meanwhile, has taken its service to Kansas City and Austin, with plans for Provo, Utah as the next destination.
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AT&T Begins Spreading its Gigabit Fiber in Austin, Taking On Google
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