Several months after AT&T announced plans to bring GigaPower, its ultra-fast Internet service, to Nashville, we now know when it will arrive.
After remaining mum on timing details – even at one point saying its fiber Internet plans may be scrapped due to regulations— company officials announced today that they will begin connecting customers on Monday.
In January, Google officially announced plans to bring Google Fiber to Nashville, though timing details remain unknown. Both AT&T and Comcast announced plans to bring their own high-speed service to Nashville after Google expressed an interest in Music City. Earlier this month, Comcast announced that its service — Gigabit Pro, which delivers speeds of up to 2 gigabits per second — will launch by (continue reading)