CenturyLink recently announced that they are now offering gigabit service to 100,000 locations around Seattle. The company had promised to offer gigabit service to their customers in the Emerald City by the end of 2015, and trumpets the rollout as “ahead of schedule.”

If you can get the service, it will cost $80 per month when bundled with voice and television subscriptions. Of course, 100,000 locations in a city of 3.6 million residents means that the vast majority of Seattleites are still unable to access gigabit speeds, meaning the opportunity for gigabit still remains broadly untapped.

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