Higher Speeds On Way From One Of Internet Service Providers in San Diego California

July 30th, 2013

45 Mbps speeds will soon be available in two states from one of the more popular ISPs in the nation. AT&T has announced that its High Speed Internet Power offering will be in place soon. The new offering is meant to pose a challenge to AT&Ts competition in the cable internet arena. In addition to the 45 Mbps offering, which is no surprise due to its revelation in a second quarter earnings call, even higher speeds are to be expected later on in 2013. AT&T’s wireline IP network will soon be expanded and enhanced in order to serve almost 60 million customers in its territory. The company plans to reach this goal by the end of 2015.

As far as future speed offerings go, AT&T has said that it plans to offer both a 75 and a 100 Mbps download speed product to customers later on this year. The 45 Mbps product that this more popular of the internet service providers in San Diego California  will be offering will cost customers $49.95 per month for up to two years as an introductory rate. But in order to get this price, customers will have to bundle the new high speed service with phone and TV service.