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AT&T internet plans, pricing, and deals

Plans starting at $55.00/mo.

Symmetrical fiber speeds

No annual contracts

Limited fiber availability

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Top AT&T internet plans

Best for DSL customers

Internet up to 100 Mbps


Up to 100 Mbps

Best Value

Fiber Internet 300


300 Mbps

Best for Speed

Fiber Internet 1000


1,000 Mbps

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Best AT&T internet deals

Order a fiber internet plan to get a reward card worth $100 or $150. You get the $100 card with the 300 Mbps and 500 plans and the $150 card with the gigabit plan or faster.

All AT&T internet plans and pricing

PackagePriceSpeedInternet typeOrder online
AT&T Fixed Wireless$59.99/mo.*Up to 25 MbpsFixed wireless
Internet up to 75 Mbps$55.00/mo.Up to 75 MbpsDSL
Internet up to 100 Mbps$55.00/mo.Up to 100 MbpsDSL
Internet 300$55.00/mo.§300 MbpsFiber
Internet 500$65.00/mo.§500 MbpsFiber
Internet 1000$80.00/mo.940 MbpsFiber
Internet 2000$110.00/mo.**Up to 2,000 MbpsFiber
Internet 5000$180.00/mo.††Up to 5,000 MbpsFiber

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AT&T Internet Availability

AT&T’s fiber and DSL internet services are available across most of the Midwest and South as well as wide swathes of California.

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AT&T internet speeds

Although AT&T sells internet plans with speeds of up to 5,000 Mbps, most AT&T users get much slower plans. That’s according to our speed test, which gives us proprietary data on a wide range of internet providers and their speeds.

We looked closely at AT&T’s speed-test data as part of our regularly-updated Fastest Internet Providers report. AT&T doesn’t deliver the fastest internet speeds in the country, but customers’ average speeds are above the national average.


Average download speed: 120.28 Mbps

Average upload speed: 312.38 Mbps

Average latency: 24.67 ms

Total speed tests: 6,088

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AT&T internet and TV bundles

Best value

DIRECTV Choice + AT&T Fiber Internet 1000

Price: $159.99/mo.

Channels: 185+

Speed: 940 Mbps

Best budget deal

DIRECTV Entertainment + AT&T Fiber Internet 300

Price: $129.99/mo.

Channels: 160+

Speed: 300 Mbps

Best for premium channels

DIRECTV Premier + AT&T Internet 300

Price: $209.99/mo.

Channels: 150+

Speed: 300 Mbps

AT&T used to offer bundle packages with DIRECTV, but those deals are no longer available. You can still combine AT&T internet with DIRECTV service now, but they’re technically not bundle offers. You have to order the two separately, just like you would with any other service, and there are no perks or discounts like what usually come with bundle packages.

Why choose AT&T for internet service?

You should choose AT&T if you can get its fiber service in your area—it’s hard to do any better than this when it comes to speed, reliability, and pricing. AT&T’s Fiber Internet 300 and Fiber Internet 500 plans both give you strong speeds fit for mid-sized households, and you get additional perks including unlimited data and no annual contracts.

AT&T also regularly runs limited-time offer deals for new customers, so make sure to check if you can get a VISA rewards card when you sign up.


  • Great combination of affordable pricing and fast speeds on fiber plans
  • No annual contracts on any plans
  • Record-breaking 5,000 Mbps speeds on fastest plan


  • High $55/mo. price for DSL plan that costs the same as fiber
  • Strict 350 GB data cap on fixed wireless
  • Unnecessarily fast speeds on multi-gigabit plans

How AT&T compares to the competition

AT&T is about equal with its main fiber competitors, Google Fiber and CenturyLink. The latter both have cheaper gigabit plans, but AT&T offers faster speeds than either.

As for its cable-internet rivals, AT&T’s fiber plans are definitely the better deal—its gigabit plan costs as much as $20 less per month compared to Cox or Spectrum and you get symmetrical upload and download speeds too.

Cable is better than AT&T’s DSL plan, though, because you can get much faster speeds and more reliable service for an equal or lower price.

ProviderPlan price rangeSpeeds (range)User ratingOrder online
AT&T$55.00–$180.00/mo.* 25–5,000 Mbps3.7/5.0
 Google Fiber$70.00–$100.00/mo.1,000–2,000 MbpsN/A
 Xfinity$19.99–$80.00/mo.75–1,200 Mbps3.7/5.0View Plans
 Spectrum$49.99–$89.99/mo.§300–1,000 Mbps (wireless speeds may vary)3.7/5.0View Plans


Is there a contract requirement for AT&T internet services?

No, AT&T’s internet services do not require a contract. You can cancel any time without having to pay an early termination fee.

Does AT&T charge for equipment?

Yes, AT&T charges a $10 monthly fee for a gateway (a modem/router combo) if you have a DSL internet plan. Your gateway is covered if you have a fiber internet plan.

What are the installation fees for AT&T internet services?

AT&T charges $99 for professional installation, but you can get a self-installation kit for no extra charge.

What internet services does AT&T offer?

AT&T offers fiber, DSL, and fixed wireless internet.

How fast is AT&T internet?

AT&T’s fiber internet reaches speeds up to 5,000 Mbps, while DSL and fixed wireless internet speeds typically range from 10 to 100 Mbps.

Is AT&T available in my area?

You can check if AT&T is available in your area by entering your zip code below.