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Wednesday, December 9th, 2020 8:19 PM

Fiber in my neighborhood

I'm the HOA president for our neighborhood of around 100 homes in Roswell, GA.  Fiber is available .8 miles down the road in another neighborhood and has been available for a couple of years now.  I assumed fiber would be run in our neighborhood shortly after but unfortunately it has not happened.  Is there anyway I can check to see if there are any plans or can our HOA put in a request into AT&T?

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Scholar

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3.8K Messages

3 years ago

You can contact AT&T by filling out this web form but right now there is no real major expansions planned.

The current focus is on signing up customers in the existing footprint based on the expansion that ended in Jan. 2020.

Link to form: https://www.att.com/att/multifamily-property/locator/

Just select Condo on the form.

Dave

Former Employee

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22.2K Messages

3 years ago

zip code 30075 has about 55% of addresses with ATT fiber while zip code 30076 is about 54%... both are significantly over the 18% average of 14+ million addresses within ATT 21 state footprint.

Not all addresses will receive direct fiber upgrade... some zip codes are over 90% while others are less than 3%. 

The 4 year fiber buildout from 2016 to late 2019 has been completed. This was to reach 12.5+ million addresses within 4 years, one of the government conditions of ATT being allowed to purchase DirecTv in the summer of 2015. That commitment has been met. 

Hopefully ATT will announce a phase 2 (January 2021?), if scheduled for a similar 3.5 million per year for 4 years means beginning of 2025 will have 28 million addresses with direct fiber connection OR about 35%. The take away is just less than 2 out of 3 will have the same connection speeds as at the end of 2015 with completion of UVERSE PROJECT VIP. 

You can request fiber using the connected communities form, this is mainly for apartment / condo complexes but at least lets someone know of your interest. 

While not impossible, you should be aware from planning to actual ordering of the service could take 2+ years with working with local government, permits, contractors, etc ... and this was before COVID-19 slowed everything down. 

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3 years ago

got it.  thx!

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