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AT&T has launched ultra-fast, video-friendly Gigabit Internet service in parts of California, including San Francisco, San Jose, Dublin, Mountain View, Santa Clara and San Ramon.

san franciscoFor instance the service is available in nearly 30 apartment complexes in the Bay Area, such as at the distinguished LUMINA, also known as 201 Folsom Street, a 655-unit residential waterfront condominium in the Rincon Hill neighbourhood.

These communities are in addition to the parts of the Cupertino area where the telco initially launched service in 2015. AT&T plans to nearly triple availability by the end of the year in the state, and it continues to expand elsewhere in the US.

"By expanding GigaPower to additional cities in the Bay Area beyond Cupertino, we are demonstrating our continued commitment to our customers whose appetite for high speed data continues to grow,” said Jeni Bell, vice president and general manager, Northern California and Northern Nevada at AT&T. “As the ways in which we communicate and seek entertainment become more data-intensive, our customers will benefit from our expansion of our GigaPower service.”

“AT&T is a valued member of our local business community and has played a strategic role in the economic growth and vibrant quality of life in Mountain View,” added Ken Rosenberg, vice mayor of Mountain View. “We are proud to have the AT&T GigaPower network and look forward to the new economic and innovation opportunities it will enable for our residents, entrepreneurs and small businesses.”