Yes, Texas has fiber internet available in major metro areas including Dallas, Austin, San Antonio, Houseton, Corpus Christi, Laredo, McAllen and along routes to the Mexican border. Fiber is available to about 61%, or six out of ten residents in the state. The average fiber speeds are up to 1,062 Mbps.

Popular fiber providers include AT&T, Windstream, GoogleFiber, Suddenlink, CableONE, and CenturyLink, Frontier and Tachus.

Frontier Fiber Internet offers speeds up to 5 gigabits per second and is highly rated. Tachus Fiber Internet offers 100% fiber with unlimited data, no fees, and no contracts.

Check with each carrier for details and pricing. Some providers require a contract while others do not. Initial rates may be promotional and might increase substantially when the promotional period ends. Additional fees and taxes are extra.

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