AT&T launching its U-Verse and GigaPower broadband service in Kansas City
US telecommunications major AT&T has said in a recent announcement that it has efforts underway to launch its U-Verse and GigaPower broadband service in Kansas City – a location in which Google Fiber service is already available.
AT&T’s announcement of the imminent launch of U-Verse and GigaPower broadband service in Kansas City is part of the company’s plans to deploy its 1Gbps (1 Gigabit per second) fiber optic network in 21 new cities this year.
According to the announcement made by AT&T, the company’s 1Gbps Internet service will be launched in Kansas City as well as some of its neighboring areas, including Leawood, Lenexa, Olathe and Overland Park. The company also added that some other Kansas communities - like Independence, Missouri and Shawnee – will receive the 1Gbps Internet service in the near future.
The cost of AT&T’s U-Verse and GigaPower broadband service in Kansas City and neighboring areas will be the same as Google Fiber prices. AT&T customers will be able to access basic 1Gbps Internet service at a cost of $70 per month; with the 1Gbps plus TV package priced at $120 per month. For an additional amount of $30 per month, customers will also be able to add phone to the $120 package.
In addition, AT&T will also give its 1Gbps Internet customers a price guarantee for three years, which means that the company will not instantly spike the contract once signed.
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