AT&T expands its fiber internet service to 38 new cities

The network is going all out on gigabit speeds.

AT&T's mission to blanket most of the US with gigabit internet is moving at full speed. Today, the network revealed that its GigaPower fiber service is coming to 38 more cities, adding to the 18 metro areas it's already available in. The newly announced places include Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco, San Jose, Indianapolis, St. Louis, Detroit, Cleveland and Memphis, along with 29 others. In a blog post, AT&T said that it's not done either, noting that it plans to bring GigaPower to over 14 million locations, both residential and commercial.

Here's the full list of new GigaPower-ready cities:

  • Alabama: Birmingham, Huntsville, Mobile, and Montgomery

  • Arkansas: Fort Smith/Northwest Arkansas and Little Rock

  • California: Bakersfield, Fresno, Los Angeles, Oakland, Sacramento, San Diego, San Francisco, and San Jose

  • Florida: Pensacola and West Palm Beach

  • Georgia: Augusta

  • Indiana: Indianapolis

  • Kansas: Wichita

  • Kentucky: Louisville

  • Louisiana: Baton Rouge, Shreveport-Bossier, Jefferson Parish region, and the Northshore

  • Mississippi: Jackson

  • Missouri: St. Louis

  • Michigan: Detroit

  • Nevada: Reno

  • North Carolina: Asheville

  • Ohio: Cleveland and Columbus

  • Oklahoma: Oklahoma City and Tulsa

  • South Carolina: Charleston, Columbia, and Greenville

  • Tennessee: Memphis

  • Texas: El Paso and Lubbock

  • Wisconsin: Milwaukee