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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 Overall

Internet 1 Gig

$80/mo.

Up to 1,000Mbps

Best Value

Internet 300

$55/mo.*

300Mbps

Best for Speed

Internet 5 Gig

$225/mo.

5,000Mbps

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Best AT&T internet deals

Get up to $200 in AT&T Visa® Reward Cards when you sign up for AT&T Fiber. Offer ends 3/13.

All AT&T internet plans and pricing

PackagePriceSpeedInternet typeOrder online
Internet 300$55.00/mo.*300MbpsFiber
Internet 500$65.00/mo.*500MbpsFiber
Internet 1 Gig$80.00/mo.940MbpsFiber
Internet 2 Gig$125.00/mo.Up to 2,000MbpsFiber
Internet 5 Gig$225.00/mo.Up to 5,000MbpsFiber
AT&T Internet Air$55.00/mo.40–140MbpsFixed wireless/5G

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AT&T Internet Availability

AT&T’s fiber internet and Internet Air 5G wireless services are available across most of the Midwest and South as well as wide swathes of California. AT&T also offers DSL internet, but it may not be available to new customers where you live.

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AT&T internet speeds

Although AT&T sells internet plans with speeds of up to 5,000Mbps, 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: 120.28Mbps

Average upload speed: 312.38Mbps

Average latency: 24.67 ms

Total speed tests: 6,088

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AT&T internet and TV bundles

Best for channels

DIRECTV Choice + AT&T Internet 300

Price: $139.99/mo.*

Channels: 200+

Speed: 300Mbps

Best for budgets

DIRECTV Entertainment + AT&T Internet 300

Price: $124.99/mo.*

Channels: 165+

Speed: 300Mbps

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AT&T bundles its internet packages with DIRECTV. DIRECTV offers live sports and access to over 70,000 shows and movies.

Why choose AT&T for internet service?

Choose AT&T’s fiber internet if you can get it—you can’t do any better than this when it comes to speed, reliability, and pricing. AT&T’s Internet 300 and 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.

 Pros

  • Affordable fiber plans
  • No annual contracts
  • No equipment fees with fiber

 Cons

  • High price for DSL (if you can get it)
  • Limited fiber availability

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 internet, though, because you can get much faster speeds and more reliable service for an equal or lower price.

ProviderPlan price rangeSpeeds (range)Customer satisfaction ratingOrder online
AT&T$55.00–$225.00/mo.*†‡140–5,000Mbps3.9/5.0
 Google Fiber$70.00–$150.00/mo.§||††1,000–8,000Mbps4.3/5.0
 Xfinity$30.00–$80.00/mo.#**‡‡75–1,200Mbps3.9/5.0View Plans
 Spectrum$49.99–$89.99/mo.§§300–1,000Mbps (wireless speeds may vary)3.7/5.0View Plans

FAQ about AT&T

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

No, AT&T’s internet services do not require a contract. You can cancel at 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 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. You can get a self-installation kit for no extra charge, but your home must already be wired for internet.

What internet services does AT&T offer?

AT&T offers fiber and 5G wireless internet. It also has DSL internet, but it may not be offered to new customers where you live.

How fast is AT&T internet?

AT&T’s fiber internet reaches speeds up to 5,000Mbps, while its Internet Air 5G wireless service reaches up to 140Mbps.

Is AT&T available in my area?

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

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