I have requested fiber service for over 5 years but I am told "Fiber is not available in your area."
1. The AT&T fiber backbone runs across my front yard (AT&T field tech told me this while out on a repair in my neighborhood).
2. The fiber node is 4.5 blocks up the street.
3. The copper wire bonded pair connection I currently have is connected to a fiber card in the node (repair tech told me this while fixing a speed issue I had at one time because he moved me to the fiber card)
4. COX Communications started burying fiber throughout my entire city 3 weeks ago and it will be completed by January 1st.
I currently have the internet 50 package (current price is $55 month)that has been discounted down to $35 a month and the monthly data cap has been removed ($30 a month value)
Internet 50 is the same as the Internet 300 ($55)
6 times the speed for the exact same price!
When is AT&T actually going to expand the fiber service 4.5 blocks like they have been claiming for 5 years?
My entire block works from home. Does the current AT&T customers on my block need to change to COX before you listen and actually do something?
Even the 5G T-mobile home internet for $50 would be better at this point.