An AT&T cable technician makes a connection at a phone cross box that brings the fiberoptic signal into the phone service box. AT&T plans to roll out faster-speed fiberoptic Internet access to 38 additional cities in 20 states, part of a commitment made to regulators to gain approval for its acquisition of DirecTV.
An AT&T cable technician makes a connection at a phone cross box that brings the fiberoptic signal into the phone service box. AT&T plans to roll out faster-speed fiberoptic Internet access to 38 additional cities in 20 states, part of a commitment made to regulators to gain approval for its acquisition of DirecTV. File photo by Bo Rader The Wichita Eagle
An AT&T cable technician makes a connection at a phone cross box that brings the fiberoptic signal into the phone service box. AT&T plans to roll out faster-speed fiberoptic Internet access to 38 additional cities in 20 states, part of a commitment made to regulators to gain approval for its acquisition of DirecTV. File photo by Bo Rader The Wichita Eagle

AT&T to expand faster fiberoptic network to 38 more cities

December 07, 2015 08:00 PM