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AT&T Expands 1GB Fiber Service

AT&T is expanding its Gigabit fiber service to parts of 23 cities, Ars Technica reports. The telecom will charge $70 a month for Gigabit service in markets where it competes with Google Fiber, but only if customers also agree to allow their Web-surfing activity to be tracked for ad purposes. AT&T is charging $110 a month in markets where it doesn't compete with Google Fiber, including the Chicago, Houston, Miami, and Orlando metro areas.

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  1. Paul Robinson from Viridian Development Corporation, November 14, 2015 at 10:39 p.m.

    As I've said, pay $5 a month, use a VPN, then your traffic is encrypted, AT&T can't serve ads, and you can get the lower rate.

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