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The two cities are the latest in AT&T’s significant fiber expansion. Earlier this year, the company announced plans to expand its gigabit Internet service in eight markets across the country.
All US states and the District of Columbia saw increases in average connection speeds since last quarter. But none average connection speeds reaching the FCC’s 25 Mbps broadband threshold.
Capping hotspot usage and then up-charging for normal data speed, throttling video and up-charging to higher quality – in short, T-Mobile’s “unlimited” plan has significant limits.
Many in New York are on the wrong side of the digital divide. Libraries are working to close the gap, but more must be done.
Almost 80 people signed up to voice their complaints against Verizon, sharing service horror stories and demanding the company properly maintain its copper plant or upgrade to a fiber network.