Oklahoma City, Tulsa metros to get AT&T Gigapower



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OKLAHOMA — AT&T announced Monday that they will roll out Gigapower to 38 metros across the U.S., including Oklahoma City and Tulsa.

Gigapower was initially launched in Austin and has been expanded rapidly beginning in 2014.

The service, according to the phone service provider, features some of the fastest online speeds available anywhere, allowing users to access to Internet speeds of 1 gigabit per second.

For customers, that means real speed.

AT&T says while using Gigapower, customers can download 25 songs in less than a second, a full TV show in three seconds, or an HD movie in less than 36 seconds.

Prices for Gigapower aren’t available yet, but is expected to be available in 2016.

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