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Fort Worth businesses can hit the Internet fast lane with a new AT&T U-verse service now available to corporate users.


Marketed as AT&T Business Fiber, the service’s newly announced expansion allows more potential customers to experience speeds up to 1 gigabit per second in multitenant office buildings.


The no-contract service supports business-critical applications such as video conferencing, working in the cloud and disaster recovery. 


“With 300 megabits per second, businesses could download five gigabits of high-definition video in two minutes and better connect with their customers, business partners and suppliers,” said Dave Nichols, AT&T president, in a news release.


“AT&T Business Fiber will be a game changer for Fort Worth businesses looking for highly secure, fast transactions,” Nichols said.


Fort Worth is the latest market to have access to AT&T Business Fiber. It joins Atlanta; Austin; Chicago; Cleveland; Dallas; Detroit; Houston; Indianapolis; Kansas City, Kan.; Kansas City, Mo.; Miami; Orlando, Fla.; Sacramento, Calif.; San Antonio; San Francisco; San Jose, Calif; and St. Louis. 


AT&T Business Fiber provides customers with several services in addition to high-speed Internet. Those include network security options and online backup. 


The service is not available in all buildings. Prospective customers may determine whether it is available in their building by visiting http://www.corp.att.com/businessfiber/.


More information about the service and other products and services is available at www.att.com or by calling 800-660-3000.




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