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AT&T service overview

Keeping you connected, when it matters most. AT&T has proven reliability and consistent speeds.

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AT&T provider overview

AT&T is a leading internet, TV and wireless provider. With DSL, fiber optic and fixed wireless 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

  • 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 with a 71/100 in 2021.

  • Straightforward pricing – AT&T’s fiber plans don’t have any equipment fees, annual contracts or price increases.

Things to consider

  • Expensive – While they deliver some of the fastest speeds in the country, AT&T’s most expensive plan is $180/mo. — far more than most people pay for internet.

  • No bundle discounts – You won’t save any money by bundling AT&T internet with DIRECTV STREAM or DIRECTV. It’s exactly the same price as it would be if you subscribed to each one separately.


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AT&T provides fast and reliable internet, and you can also add TV plans and home phone with unlimited nationwide calling.


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AT&T Fiber runs on a 100% fiber optic network, delivering speeds of 300 to 4,700 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.

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You can add TV or home phone to AT&T internet plans. Learn more about the bundle packages available to AT&T customers

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Whether you want AT&T landline home phone, AT&T wireless service or both, you can include phone service in your AT&T bundle.


AT&T FAQs

Are AT&T services available at my address?

Availability for AT&T services 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.

AT&T has greater availability than many providers and received higher internet customer satisfaction scores from the American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI) in 2021 with a 71/100 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 mapto 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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Ari Howard

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Ari Howard

Associate Writer, Broadband & Wireless Content

Ari Howard is an associate writer for the Allconnect team. She researches and writes about broadband news and studies, particularly relating to internet access, digital safety, broadband-related technology and t… Read more

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