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Tuesday, July 18th, 2023 2:29 AM

No fiber in neighborhood

Just wondering when fiber installation will begin in are neighborhood SYDNEY CREST LANE LAWRENCEVILLE Ga. Have been waiting for 10 years now

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5 months ago

If the (4) zip codes between 85% to 92% of addresses have hardwired Uverse platform internet service…

Does ATT currently offer internet service to your address?

If yes at what speed tier? 

For speeds 18 or less would be fiber to the CO (central office) or RT (Remote Terminaal) with copper the rest of the way. By end of 2015, 24 million addresses had this as their best ATT option

For speeds 100, 75, 50, 45, 25 is FTTN or Fiber To The Node with last distance copper. End of 2015, 33 million addresses had this as best option. Together these were 57 million addresses with Uverse internet which was renamed to ATT internet December 2016.

ATT current fiber to the premise or FTTP build out started in 2016 with average reach of 3 million per year. Originally called Uverse GigaPower renamed December 2016 to ATT Fiber.

By end 2025 (less than 30 months) the expectation is 30+ million addresses will be FTTP out of the 57 million from 2015 PLUS about 3 million in new construction of apartment/ condos/ subdivisions since 2015. That is over 60 million addresses with some form of hardwired Uverse based platform internet. Which half your address will be in will be known by January 2026. Less than 8 million will be added out of 38 million waiting, your chances are about 20%.

The only sure way to have ATT fiber and to known when…  is relocation to a current ATT fiber address. Otherwise wait and see if any construction deployment activity starts in your neighborhood/ street in next two years.

I personally believe ATT will add a 3rd 5 year fiber build out from 2026 to 2030 for around 10 million addresses which should cover converting the remaining FTTN addresses to FTTP. Hope your address can receive at least internet 25 today to be FTTN.


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