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AT&T considering Greensboro for ultra-fast broadband internet

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High speed internet could be coming to Greensboro. An announcement was recently made for Winston-Salem and Raleigh/Durham. Today's announcement also included Charlotte. Only 21 metros are being considered. Someone could download 25 songs in one second, a television show in three seconds and an online movie in less than 36 seconds, according to AT&T. North Carolina is one of a hand full of states that has multiple cities on the list. Florida, Texas and California are the other states. This should be a great tool in business recruitment.

 

http://www.news-record.com/business/article_ba840d20-c994-11e3-bf7b-0017a43b2370.html

 

http://myfox8.com/2014/04/21/atts-gigabit-internet-plan-now-includes-greensboro/

 

Here is the entire list of cities being explored

 

 

http://www.att.com/att/gigapowercities/

 
Atlanta,
Augusta,
Charlotte,
Chicago,
Cleveland,
Dallas,
Fort Lauderdale,
Ft. Worth,
Greensboro,
Houston,
Jacksonville,
Kansas City,
Los Angeles,
Miami,
Nashville,
Oakland,
Orlando,
Raleigh-Durham,
San Antonio,
San Diego,
San Francisco,
San Jose,
St. Louis,
Winston-Salem
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