09-09-2019 1:23 PM
Hello AT&T Fiber Internet Community in NV,
I represent the Tahoe Racquet Club HOA Technology Committee located at 989 Tahoe Boulevard in Incline Village, NV. It is my understanding many businesses and residences in the town of Incline Village already have access to AT&T's Fiber Internet network. It was also my understanding broad access to this network laid along/under NV 28 (Tahoe Blvd) would become available to the community at large over the summer of 2019. Since summer is drawing to a close and there has been no official communication from AT&T, I assume this milestone was not achieved and is therefore delayed another year due to TRPA's regulations for not breaking ground past a specific date.
A couple of questions:
09-11-2019 7:38 AM
Welcome to the AT&T forums, we'd be more than happy to address your issues and concerns.
AT&T is constantly working on providing service and expanding to all our customers in different areas, however there is no ETA of when Fiber service will be coming.
As stated by your original message, the best place to check availability of fiber service is the main website you provided, under the "check availability" tab. if you currently do not see your specific address, then it's currently not available.
Please let us know if you have any other questions.
Mihai AT&T Community Specialist
09-11-2019 1:00 PM
Hello AT&T Support,
I very much appreciate you following up with me directly. However, I also feel the response was primarily a generic copy & past template that failed to address the finer points and questions of my inquiry for the Incline Village area on the whole. As mentioned previously, there are already businesses and residence in our immediate area that have access to the AT&T Fiber network. It's a small town, and word gets around quite quickly. With that,
Thanks for verifying my methodology for obtaining the most recent product availability in the area is accurate. I'll continue to check for updates and hope for positive news.
09-11-2019 2:15 PM
We understand that your interested in getting fiber to your area. Don't worry, we can point you in the right direction.
Take a look at this page here, at the bottom of page there is a form you can fill out that will help with getting services to your area.
There is no ECD on when fiber services would be available.
Charles, AT&T Community Specialist
09-11-2019 4:28 PM
101 units... MDU of apartments and/or condo? or single family homes?
The Connected Communities is for MDU where all units have to be wired within a specific timeframe, then the services are turned green for ordering for all.
About 25% of the fiber addresses of 14 million are MDUs, for a listing...
If this is single family of 101 units, is ATT the ILEC or a different provider such as CenturyLink, Frontier, etc?
If a different telco, would not expect ATT to be an overbuilder.
If ATT is currently offering FTTN services from 25 to 100 is easier to extend fiber from the VRAD to individual locations compared to ADSL2+ from a Central Office (CO) where fiber needs to be ran to the neighborhood, a PFP placed then fiber to addresses for terminals.
Based upon recent announcements, the direct fiber expansion is coming to a close. Fiber will still be deployed in 2020+but mostly for cell towers, businesses, governments and greenfield new construction residential. Brownfields will be more of a case by case instead of trying to hit X addresses for numbers as has been the mode for the past 4 years... 12.5+ million from 2016 to late 2019, which has been exceeded by 10% to 14 million.
for an overview...
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