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July 30, 2014 10:31 AM

AT&T unveils plan to bring high-speed fiber optic broadband to Charlotte

AT&T will expand its super-fast GigaPower broadband network to Charlotte, the company announced Wednesday. The news comes as Google officials engage in talks with the city of Charlotte over bringing its similarly fast Google Fiber broadband service to the area.

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