AT&T® Rolls out Fixed Wireless Internet in Select Areas across Mississippi

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In July 2017, AT&T® unveiled the initial rollout of Fixed Wireless internet in parts of 15 Mississippi counties. AT&T® Fixed Wireless internet is presently available in more rural and underserved locations in select areas of 46 counties across the state. With this rollout, AT&T® has extended Fixed Wireless internet as part of their FCC Connect America Fund commitment to help rural and underserved homes and businesses in FCC-identified areas in the US.

As part of the larger commitment, AT&T® plans to rollout Fixed Wireless internet in over 400,000 locations nationwide by 2017 and over 1.1 million locations nationwide by 2020. In Mississippi alone, the Telco plans to deploy the best internet service in about 133000 locations by the year 2020.

AT&T® has also assured they will continue making community-specific announcements in Mississippi over the coming weeks and months. Among the counties, which feature in the service areas of AT&T® Fixed Wireless Internet include Adams, Amite, Attala, Benton, Benton, Choctaw, Clarke, and other specified regions in Mississippi. The business and residents in the counties of the state will get accesses to Fixed Wireless internet in parts with download speeds of 10 Mbps at the least.

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“Fixed Wireless Internet service is innovative technology that is helping close the connectivity gap in many rural areas across our state,” said Mayo Flynt the state president of AT&T® in Mississippi State. “With more than 2,800 men and women working for AT&T® who call Mississippi home, we are committed to meeting the demands for more broadband connectivity for residents and businesses in rural areas. That’s why we’re pleased to announce this service expansion to parts of 46 counties in Mississippi.”

Now subscribers of the Telco in the said areas can browse, download, and stream movies or television shows of their liking from the internet. The Fixed Wireless internet connection comes from a wireless tower to a fixed antenna on the subscribers’ homes or business premises. “This is an efficient way to deliver high-quality internet to customers in rural and underserved areas,” said the AT&T® press release that announced the rollout.

The best internet service includes a 160 GB data allowance a month with additional data at $10 per 50 GB up to a max of $200 a month. The rural internet without satellite requires the installation of the AT&T® outdoor antenna and indoor residential gateway. In addition to Mississippi, AT&T® has also launched the Fixed Wireless internet service in 17 states recently including Alabama, Illinois, Kansas, and Michigan.