AT&T provider overview
AT&T is a leading internet, TV and wireless provider. With DSL, fiber optic and fixed wireless internet networks, streaming and satellite TV services and broad 5G coverage, AT&T gives you many ways to get the quality services you need.
What we like
Availability – More than 40% of U.S. residents are serviceable for AT&T internet and TV services AT&T TV and DIRECTV are available nationwide.
Promotional offers – AT&T is known to sweeten the deal with extra incentives such as gift cards, free premium services and more when you sign up for new services.
High customer satisfaction – The American Customer Satisfaction Index ranks AT&T internet and TV higher than most with a 68/100 and 70/100, respectively in 2020.
Things to consider
Equipment fees – Expect equipment fees to add to the cost of your AT&T services. At just $10/mo., the internet equipment fee is lower than most, but you won’t have the option to avoid the fee by using your own equipment.
Contracts – While AT&T internet requires no contract, AT&T TV and DIRECTV come with a two-year service agreement.
Special offers and deals
Get a $100 Visa Reward Card when you order any AT&T Fiber plan of 100 Mbps or higher
Geographic and service restrictions apply to AT&T Internet services. Not all speeds available in all areas.
$100 REWARD CARD: Subj. to change and may be discontinued at any time. For new residential AT&T Internet customers purchasing high speed internet plans 100M and higher (min. $35/mo + taxes & $10/mo equip. fee) through Red Ventures. Residents of select multi-dwelling units are not eligible for this offer. Reward Card: Will be sent email or letter with redemption requirements. Redemption req’d. w/in 75 days from reward notification mail or email date. Reward Card delivered within 3-4 weeks after redemption to customers who maintain and pay for qualifying service from installation date and through reward fulfillment. Card expires at month-end 6 months after issuance. No cash access. For cardholder agreement, go to http://rewardcenter.att.com. The AT&T Visa Reward Card is issued by The Bancorp Bank pursuant to a license from Visa U.S.A. Inc. and can be used everywhere Visa debit cards are accepted in the United States, US Virgin Islands, and Puerto Rico. No cash access. The Bancorp Bank; Member FDIC. The Bancorp Bank does not endorse no sponsor and is not affiliated in any way with any product or service offered by AT&T.
AT&T Internet: Subj. to Internet Terms of Service at att.com/internet-terms.
Offers may not be combined with certain other promotional offers on the same services and may be modified or discontinued at any time without notice. Other conditions apply to all offers.
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AT&T provides fast and reliable internet, a variety of discounted TV bundles and home phone with unlimited nationwide calling.
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AT&T Fiber runs on a 100% fiber optic network, delivering speeds of 100 or 1,000 Mbps where available. AT&T also offers AT&T Internet, a DSL-based service, and fixed-wireless internet services in areas where AT&T Fiber is not yet available.
AT&T’s triple play plans with internet, TV and voice service are a popular choice for savings and convenience. Get all your essential home services on one bill with a 12-month locked-in rate.
Find the right TV service with AT&T
With TV options for streamers, sports fans and movie buffs, AT&T delivers entertainment for everyone.
Discover a better way to stream TV. Enjoy live TV and thousands of On Demand titles, plus access to 5,000+ apps, all powered by the new AT&T TV streaming device.Explore AT&T TV
AT&T TV NOW
Formerly known as DIRECTV NOW, AT&T TV NOW is an over-the-top streaming service that connects you to live and On Demand TV virtually anywhere.Explore AT&T TV NOW
Availability for AT&T internet varies by location. Residents in the southern U.S., Midwest or parts of California or Nevada are most likely to be eligible for AT&T internet services. Some of AT&T’s television services, such as AT&T TV, DIRECTV and AT&T TV NOW, are available nationwide.
AT&T has greater availability than many providers and received higher internet customer satisfaction scores from the American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI) in 2020 with a 68/100 for internet services.
AT&T Fiber is currently in dozens of cities across the U.S. with plans to further expand their fiber-optic network in the coming years. View the AT&T Fiber coverage map to see which cities are currently eligible for AT&T Fiber, and which will get access in the near future.
American Telephone & Telegraph, but don’t let the name fool you. When AT&T began in 1885, telephone and telegraph were their main services, but now AT&T has expanded into wireless phone, fiber-optic internet, TV services and more.
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Written by:David Anders
Senior Writer, Broadband Content
David joined the Allconnect team in 2017, specializing in broadband and TV content. His work has been referenced by a variety of sources, including ArcGIS, DIRECTV and more. As a Senior Writer, David is motivate… Read more
Edited by:Robin Layton
Editor, Broadband & Wireless Content
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