AT&T has announced this week that it has successfully rolled out its Fixed Wireless Internet service for rural and underserved areas to 70,000 locations spread throughout nine states in America, namely Alabama, North Carolina, South Carolina, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Tennessee.
Earlier today, Verizon Wireless upgraded its Fios fiber optic Internet offers with the deployment of its new Fios Gigabit Connection. Despite the impressive assumption that its name suggests, users do not really get 1 gigabit per second (gbps) of Internet connection.
AT&T has announced that it has officially finished an initial deployment of its Fixed Wireless Internet service for consumers based in the state of Georgia, especially rural and underserved customers living in the Peach State.
According to the latest quarterly State of the Internet report (for the first quarter of 2016) released by Akamai, global average connection speed has risen 12 percent compared to the final quarter of 2015, to 6.3 mbps. Compared to the average connection speed during the first quarter of 2015, this represents a 23 percent improvement year over year.
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