|Plan name||price||contract length||channels|
|AT&T Fiber - Internet 100||$60.00/mo||12 months||0||(844) 319-1735|
|AT&T Fiber - Internet 1000||$80.00/mo||12 months||0||(844) 319-1735|
|Business Internet 10||$60.00/mo||24 months||0||(844) 319-1735|
|Business Internet 100||$150.00/mo||24 months||0||(844) 319-1735|
|Business Internet 25||$60.00/mo||24 months||0||(844) 319-1735|
|Business Internet 50||$100.00/mo||24 months||0||(844) 319-1735|
|Business Internet 500||$300.00/mo||24 months||0||(844) 319-1735|
|Internet 100||$40.00/mo||12 months||0||(844) 319-1735|
|Internet 1000 + U-verse TV||$120.00/mo||12 months||0||(844) 319-1735|
|Internet 25||$40.00/mo||12 months||0||(844) 319-1735|
|Internet 50||$40.00/mo||12 months||0||(844) 319-1735|
|Internet 75||$40.00/mo||12 months||0||(844) 319-1735|
|U-family||$80.00/mo||24 months||0||(844) 319-1735|
|U-family + Phone||$99.99/mo||24 months||0||(844) 319-1735|
|U200||$100.00/mo||24 months||0||(844) 319-1735|
|U200 + Phone||$119.99/mo||24 months||0||(844) 319-1735|
|U300||$105.00/mo||24 months||0||(844) 319-1735|
|U300 + Phone||$124.99/mo||24 months||0||(844) 319-1735|
|U450||$155.00/mo||24 months||0||(844) 319-1735|
|U450 + Phone||$174.99/mo||24 months||0||(844) 319-1735|
AT&T Internet plans all require a 24 month service agreement. An early termination fee will be charged at a rate of $20/mo for each month remaining on the contract, if you terminate service before the full duration of the 24 months in completed. Promotional pricing may also change after this period. Additionally you should make sure to be aware that premium movie channels included free for 3 months, will be renewed and billed, unless cancelled.
All of AT&T's internet plans come with a combination modem and Wi-Fi router for no additional fee. Television and bundle packages with TV also come with receivers for up to 4 rooms and an HD DVR.
AT&T's Total Home DVR allows you to record up to 4 shows at the same time. This feature is included in all U-verse TV plans, so you never have to miss any of your favorite programming.
Get HBOÂ© and CinemaxÂ© free for 3 months on U-family, U200, and U300. These channels come included with the U450 plan.
Since 1983, AT&T has been a publicly traded company and currently stands as the largest provider of DSL Internet in the United States. On top of being the largest provider of fixed line telephone service in the US, AT&T is also the second largest mobile phone provider. Since 2006, AT&T has offered their U-Verse service which can include broadband Internet, TV, and telephone service.Wireless service is available in all 50 states and Puerto Rico.AT&T's 4G LTE wireless service offers customer download speeds between 5 and 12 Mbps.After recently merging with DirecTV, AT&T now offers bundling discounts for their Internet service and DirecTV's television service.
AT&T Internet is the largest DSL provider in the United States.
AT&T Internet offers service in 21 states.
AT&T Internet offers DSL, fiber, and fixed wireless internet access.
AT&T Internet offers service in 9,783 zip codes nationwide.
|#||City||Max Download||Max upload|
|1||Los Angeles, CA||1,000 Mbps||1,000 Mbps|
|2||Chicago, IL||1,000 Mbps||1,000 Mbps|
|3||Houston, TX||1,000 Mbps||1,000 Mbps|
|4||San Antonio, TX||1,000 Mbps||1,000 Mbps|
|5||San Diego, CA||1,000 Mbps||1,000 Mbps|
|6||Dallas, TX||1,000 Mbps||1,000 Mbps|
|7||San Jose, CA||1,000 Mbps||1,000 Mbps|
|8||Austin, TX||1,000 Mbps||1,000 Mbps|
|9||Jacksonville, FL||1,000 Mbps||1,000 Mbps|
|10||Indianapolis, IN||1,000 Mbps||1,000 Mbps|
AT&T U-verse offers internet plans that start at $40.00 a month.
Most customers, who have AT&T U-verse available to them can get speeds between 25Mbps and 100Mbps. Customers in areas with a fiber connection available can get speeds ranging from 100Mbps to 1000Mbps.
AT&T offers both Cable and Fiber internet connections. Fiber has more limited availability, but offers greater speeds, which can reach 1000Mbps or 1Gbps.
AT&T's plans include 1TB (Terabyte) of data per month. Additional data is charged $10 per 50GB, but is capped at $100 per month of additional data fees.
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