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April 11, 2014 10:35 AM

AT&T joins list of providers looking to bring ultra-high-speed Internet service to Triangle

AT&T announced Thursday that it has reached an agreement with an alliance of municipalities and universities that would enable the company to begin rolling out ultra high-speed Internet service to parts of the Triangle and the Triad.

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