AT&T Enhances Connectivity in Underserved and Rural Areas: Launches Fixed Wireless Internet in Georgia

In May 2017, AT&T initiated an innovative service to deliver the Internet connection to the rural and underserved areas. They launched fixed wireless Internet with the downloading speed of around 10Mbps to the small businesses and homes. Customers get high-quality Internet to surf, download, and stream live videos, movies, and television shows, via a fixed […]

In May 2017, AT&T initiated an innovative service to deliver the Internet connection to the rural and underserved areas. They launched fixed wireless Internet with the downloading speed of around 10Mbps to the small businesses and homes.

Customers get high-quality Internet to surf, download, and stream live videos, movies, and television shows, via a fixed antenna at their businesses or homes.

Nathan Deal, The Governor of Georgia, said: “In today’s economy, access to high-speed internet is an integral part of both our infrastructure foundation and our job growth,”. He said, “Ensuring our current and future workforce are equipped with the skills necessary to succeed has been a top priority of mine since taking office. To that end, I’ve invested more than $100 million towards ensuring students across the state have access to high-speed Internet.”

Further, Deal expressed his gratitude for AT&T and said, “AT&T’s innovation and investment will help keep Georgia at the forefront of the technology sector, a critical component for us to continue to be the best state in the nation in which to do business.”

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Following counties are eligible for AT&T’s fixed wireless Internet Service: Worth, Wayne, Washington, Warren, Ware, Toombs, Thomas, Sumter, Pike, Pierce, Morgan, Monroe, Mitchell, Miller, McDuffie, Lowndes, Lee, Laurens, Lanier, Lamar, Johnson, Jenkins, Jefferson, Jeff Davis, Jasper, Haralson, Hancock, Greene, Fulton, Evans, Emanuel, Elbert, Echols, Dodge, Decatur, Crisp, Cook, Chattahoochee, Carroll, Butts, Burke, Bleckley, Baker, Appling.

The Speaker of Georgia House of Representatives, David Ralston stated, “I’m pleased AT&T continues to invest with a commitment to helping close the access gap in rural Georgia and has already launched Fixed Wireless Internet in over 40 Georgia counties.”

AT&T is planning to reach out to 400,000 locations nationwide, and over 26,000 locations in Georgia by the end of this year. Moreover, the company has plans to reach over 1.1 million location nationwide and over 67,000 locations across Georgia by the year 2020.

This innovative service will help to close the connectivity gap in Georgia. The President of AT&T Georgia, Bill Leahy said, “The more than 19,000 men and women who work for AT&T and call Georgia home, are proud to work with our local, state, and federal leadership to provide the connectivity Georgia’s residents and businesses demand,”.

Interested customers can check the Fixed Wireless Internet eligibility by dialing the toll-free number 1-877-990-0041 and for more information, can visit http://att.com/internet/fixed-wireless.html.

AT&T will update with additional availability and community-specific announcements in Georgia from time to time.

Additionally, AT&T has initiated its latest Fixed Wireless Internet service in other states: Wisconsin, Texas, Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Ohio, Mississippi, Michigan, Louisiana, Kentucky, Kansas, Indiana, Illinois, Florida, California, Arkansas, and Alabama.

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