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AT&T Internet Pricing and Plans

AT&T offers three Fiber plan tiers and an additional IPPB or DSL plan with broad nationwide coverage. Their pricing includes promotional periods and WiFi fees, as well as bundled TV and phone options.

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Plans Type Download speed Upload speed Discount Price Regular Price
Internet 25 DSL 25 Mbps Variable $45/mo. $55/mo.
Fiber Internet 300 Fiber 300 Mbps 300 Mbps $35/mo. $55/mo.
Fiber Internet 500 Fiber 500 Mbps 500 Mbps $45/mo. $65/mo.
Fiber Internet 1000 Fiber 940 Mbps 880 Mbps $60/mo. $80/mo.

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AT&T is the largest telecom provider in California, providing DSL internet service to more than 70% of the state.

AT&T also offers fiber internet service to 17% of the state. Thanks to agreements made during their merger with DirecTV, their fiber service has expanded dramatically in suburban parts of California in 2022.

AT&T used to have fairly simple pricing, and simply gave the maximum speed available at any given address for a standardized price.

That changed in 2021, and AT&T now has tiered pricing, which is more in line with their cable competitors like Spectrum and Xfinity. They also have upgraded their base speeds nationwide as of 20211 (just like Spectrum in 2020), so the lowest fiber plan gets 300 Mbps instead of the previous 100 Mbps rate.

AT&T Fiber internet service is contract-free and has unlimited data. Contracts are still required for some of their bundled TV offerings, so watch the fine print if you add extra products to your internet order during checkout. Contracts mean that you incur a termination fee if you cancel AT&T while under a term agreement.

As of 2021, AT&T has discontinued most of their old TV products like DirecTV NOW, U-Verse, and AT&T TV NOW. Their current TV option is a unique streaming bundle called AT&T TV.

AT&T Internet-Only Base Pricing

AT&T offers fiber internet-only service at the following tiers:

Plan NameDownload SpeedPromo PriceFinal Price
Fiber Internet 300300 Mbps$35/mo$55
Fiber Internet 500500 Mbps$45/mo$65
Fiber Internet 1000940 Mbps$60/mo$80

They also offer DSL or IPBB service, at the following tier:

Plan NameDownload SpeedPromo PriceFinal Price
Internet 2525 Mbps$45/mo$55

AT&T Low-Income Internet Pricing

Low-income households can access AT&T’s reduced-cost plans, which offer reduced speeds and basic service for a lower $ monthly price.

Plan NameSpeed Down/UpMonthly PriceWiFi Fee
AT&T Access 1010/Variable Mbps$10/mo $0/mo
Page Summary
  • AT&T Internet plans are available over two networks: a large DSL network comprising 70% of California, and a smaller Fiber network covering about 17% of the state.
  • AT&T TV services are available via their flagship AT&T TV product, as well as DirecTV and HBO MAX.
  • AT&T low-income plan are widely available to qualifying households and have the lowest price point in the state of California.

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