AT&T Internet Plans

$35.00/mofor 12 mo. + taxes & equip fees

100–940 Mbps

Data as of 8/19/2021. Offers and availability may vary by location and are subject to change.

Our Top AT&T Internet Plan Picks

Internet 100

With enough speed for a whole family of streamers, this plan won’t stretch your budget.

Speeds up to
Mbps download


for 12 mo. + taxes & equip fees

Internet 1000

Once you surf the internet with this plan’s 1 gig speeds, you’ll never go back.

Speeds up to
Mbps download


for 12 mo. + taxes & equip fees

What is AT&T internet service?

AT&T internet service provides fiber and fixed-wireless internet to more than 100 million households in the US. Its speeds cruise along at up to 1,000 Mbps.

AT&T used to provide DSL internet along with fiber, but now it mainly offers fiber packages. It also has one fixed-wireless package, which is useful to customers in rural areas with few other internet options.


  • Wide overall availability
  • Well-rated customer service
  • Cheap prices


  • Limited AT&T Fiber availability
  • 1,024 GB data caps on most plans

How good is AT&T internet service?

AT&T internet service is very good. It got above-average ratings in our annual customer satisfaction survey, ranking in the top five for speed, price, reliability, and customer service.

Want to see how your current internet provider compares to AT&T internet speeds? Try our speed test to get real-time results.

Can you get HBO Max with AT&T Internet?

HBO® Max, AT&T’s show-stopper streaming platform, is available free to customers with AT&T Internet 1000 plans. The standalone service gives you access to the entire HBO catalog, original content, and thousands of titles from Warner Entertainment. Friends marathon, anyone??

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Plan Prices from* Connection Type
Internet 100 $35.00/mo Fiber
Internet 300 $45.00/mo Fiber
AT&T Fixed Wireless $59.99/mo Fixed wireless
Internet 1000 $60.00/mo Fiber
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Here’s how AT&T internet prices and plans compare to the competition.

Xfinity vs. AT&T Internet

How do AT&T’s prices and speeds compare to Xfinity’s? Let’s find out.

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AT&T Internet vs. Cox Communications

AT&T and Cox duke it out for bragging rights for best internet customer service and best prices.

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AT&T Internet vs. Spectrum

Spectrum or AT&T? Find out how these internet providers compare on prices, speeds, and more.

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Where can you get AT&T internet? Check out this AT&T Internet map.

Get a bird’s-eye view of AT&T internet in your area—enter your ZIP code.

How fast is AT&T internet?

Depending on which AT&T plan you get, you’ll have speeds that match either the turtle or the hare.

Of course, depending on how you use the internet, 5 Mbps may be just fine. Here’s how some of AT&T’s internet speeds compare in terms of download times.


Compare AT&T Internet Speeds and Download Times

DownloadInternet 100Internet 300Internet 1000
PDF (20kb)Less than 1 secondLess than 1 secondLess than 1 second
eBook (3 MB)Less than 1 secondLess than 1 secondLess than 1 second
Folder of .jpg files (500 MB)40 seconds13 secondsLess than 5 seconds
2-hour movie (2 GB)2.5 minutes53 seconds17 seconds
Video game (30 GB)40 minutes13 minutes4 minutes
Backup of a terabyte cloud drive (1 TB)22 hours7.4 hours2.37 hours

Wait, how much speed do I need for streaming Netflix and other activities?

Your internet speed also makes a huge difference when it comes to streaming music, TV, and movies—especially if you have multiple people streaming at the same time.


Here’s how much internet speed is recommended for different types of streaming:


1-3 People:
5 Mbps

4 - 6 People:
10 Mbps

Streaming Music

1-3 People:
5 Mbps

4 - 6 People:
25 Mbps

Online Gaming

1-3 People:
25 Mbps

4 - 6 People:
100 Mbps

Video Streaming

1-3 People:
SD Video: 10 Mbps
HD Video: 50 Mbps

4 - 6 People:
SD Video: 50 Mbps
HD Video: 100+ Mbps

We answer your most common questions about AT&T internet.

What is AT&T Fiber?

AT&T Fiber is fiber-optic internet with speeds ranging between 100 Mbps to 940 Mbps. Its fiber internet plans are available in several urban areas across the US—mostly on the East Coast and in the South.

Find out if fiber internet is in your area by checking the AT&T Fiber map or type in your zip code below.

What is U-verse internet?

AT&T U-verse internet is no longer available to AT&T customers. 

Why is AT&T internet so slow today?

Your AT&T internet may be slow due to a number of reasons—AT&T may be experiencing technical issues or outages, or the issue could be closer to home.

To troubleshoot your slow internet, we recommend the following:

  1. Update your router’s firmware and reset it.
  2. If you’re using Wi-Fi, reposition your router to avoid signal interference.
  3. Check for any programs running in the background—if you don’t need them, close them.
  4. Run a malware scan with your antivirus software.
  5. Check AT&T’s website or to see if your neighborhood has an outage.
  6. If there’s no outage and the first four steps haven’t fixed your internet, give AT&T a call to see if the problem is on their end.

What is the AT&T Wi-Fi Gateway?

The AT&T Wi-Fi Gateway is a Motorola, Pace, BGW210, or ARRIS modem and router combo that AT&T provides when you sign up for service.

It’s a good idea to set your router up correctly to ensure you get the fastest internet speeds. AT&T provides setup guides for each type of modem, as well as troubleshooting guides if you run into issues.

What are the fastest AT&T internet speeds?

The fastest AT&T internet speed is 940 Mbps for fiber and around 25 Mbps for fixed wireless. If you’re looking for fast upload speeds and download speeds, AT&T Fiber is the way to go since fiber gets you upload speeds that match your download speeds.