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AT&T Fiber Now Accessible to More Than 3.1 Million Customer Locations in California

AT&T Fiber and super-fast Internet speeds are now available to more locations across the Golden State.

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Key Takeaways:

  • AT&T is committed to keeping our California customers, first responders and communities connected – both through investing in our modern, high-speed broadband networks and in working with state and local governments to efficiently build out broadband networks to help bridge the digital divide.
  • AT&T has extensive experience deploying fiber-optics across California, with nearly 10.6 million1 strand-miles of fiber optics in the state. In fact, more than 3,100,000 locations in the state have access to AT&T Fiber today.
  • In California, we invested nearly $8.6 billion in our wireless and wireline network infrastructure from 2020-2022.

Continuing our efforts to help close the digital divide and connect Californians wherever they live and work, the efforts by AT&Tin recent years has expanded access to AT&T Fiber to more than 3.1 million customer locations in communities across the Golden State at the end of 2023.

"There is no question that expanding high-speed internet across the region makes our area more attractive to employers, and my team and I applaud AT&T for their continuing investments in the area,” said Scott Miller, President and CEO of the Fresno Chamber of Commerce.

“These investments are vital for our community. Once implemented, they will help students stay connected, expand telehealth opportunities, and simply provide our communities with the same access to the daily benefits and long-term economic opportunity that comes with modern connectivity,” said Ray Welch, Chairman, Barona Band of Mission Indians.

From Fiber to 5G, AT&T has hit significant network milestones that are aggressively expanding coverage, increasing capacity and strengthening network resiliency. We’re focused on becoming the best, biggest and most resilient network in America.

Today, customers have access to AT&T Fiber in many cities and communities across the state, including Chico, Sacramento, Fresno, San Jose, Los Angeles, and San Diego.

In 2023 alone, our dedicated AT&T employees in California worked to expand access to AT&T Fiber to nearly 170,000 customer locations in the state.

“Being able to introduce more ultra-fast, reliable and secure internet connectivity to homes and businesses across California is tremendously exciting,” said Erin Scarborough, President - Broadband & Connectivity Initiatives at AT&T. “It’s clear that our investments are helping improve internet access across the state and unlocking new possibilities for customers at work, at home and on the go.”

Across the Golden State, AT&T is investing in our networks, providing affordable high-speed internet and connecting Californians to greater possibility. In California, we invested nearly $8.6 billion in our wireless and wireline network infrastructure from 2020-2022.

“We are committed to the state of California and are continually working to help close the digital divide by expanding our fiber footprint and enhancing our wireless network, delivering ultra-fast internet that keeps residents and businesses connected,” said Marc Blakeman, President, AT&T California and Pacific States. “We are committed to investing in the modern, high-speed network infrastructure necessary in today’s economy, and we are also committed to supporting consumers to help remove connectivity obstacles for income-eligible homes.”

AT&T is expanding fiber and improving internet connectivity to benefit students who are learning online, employees who work and videoconference from home and small business owners who can expand to new markets.

AT&T is committed to keeping our California customers, first responders and communities connected – both through investing in our modern, high-speed broadband networks and in working with state and local governments to efficiently build out broadband networks to help bridge the digital divide.

AT&T is also working with Tribal Nations across California to bridge the digital divide and build resilient broadband networks for their communities. Last year, the San Pasqual Band of Mission Indians announced a new project with AT&T that will bring AT&T Fiber to 500 residential and small business locations on their Tribal land. And in 2022, the Rincon Band of Luiseño Indians announced plans to work with AT&T to help bring broadband service to more than 400 homes on Rincon Tribal land. These broadband networks will provide Tribal communities access to super-fast internet speeds, supporting economic opportunity, telehealth and remote learning.

We are connecting more Californians to reliable, high-speed internet in several ways, including expanding and upgrading our network and offering affordable internet plans, including Access from AT&T. Access from AT&T offers speeds up to 100Mbps for $30.

AT&T Fiber, now delivering speeds of up to 5-Gigs2, is truly internet that upgrades everything. Offering consumers consistently fast speeds3 paired with network reliability, AT&T Fiber supports the powerfully interconnected home, work and family life. Our straightforward pricing eliminates annual contracts, data caps, equipment fees and price increases at 12 months, for all ActiveArmorSM 24/7 proactive internet security is included with all plans and helps block malicious threats from ever reaching your devices.4 AT&T All-Fi is also included for a powerful connection you can rely on, including our best Wi-Fi, unlimited data and an easy app.

For more information and to check availability for all speed tiers of AT&T Fiber from 300 Mbps up to 5-Gigs, visit fiber.att.com.

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