AT&T is readying GigaPower Internet for Kansas City, neighboring areas

AT&T is readying GigaPower Internet for Kansas City, neighboring areas

US wireless carrier AT&T has revealed in a recent blog post that it is preparing the deployment of its blazing-fast GigaPower Internet service for customers in Kansas City and neighboring areas.

According to the information shared in the blog post, the AT&T GigaPower Internet service – which rivals Google’s high-speed Fiber service – is being readied for customers in Kansas City, Leawood, Lenexa, Olathe, and Overland Park.

Disclosing the pricing of the GigaPower Internet service in Kansas City and surrounding areas, AT&T said that it will offer 1Gbps Internet to customers for $70 per month; with the advantage of “waiver of equipment, installation and activation fees, and a three year price guarantee.”

AT&T will also offer a $120-per-month option to customers who want to add on TV. The option will give customers HBO for free, for three years. Customers can also shell out an additional $30 per month, to benefit from unlimited voice calling to the U-verse/TV package.

About the GigaPower Internet packages to be offered in the Kansas City area, John Sondag - president of AT&T Missouri - said in a statement: “This is just our initial launch. We look forward to continuing to expand our AT&T GigaPower network in the Kansas City area where there are strong investment cases and receptive customers.”

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