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What AT&T Internet Can Do for Your Georgia Home

Georgia has a way of making you want to take off your shoes and run around in the grass, dance with the fireflies, and sit on your front porch to watch a thunderstorm roll in. And those who are lucky enough to call it home know just how wonderful a place it really is.

But whether you’ve lived there for decades or are new to town, there’s always something new to discover. Thanks to AT&T Internet, scouting out the next few things to add to your in-state bucket list is easier than ever.

Start with the largest aquarium in the world (home to more than 100,000 aquatic species), then treat yourself to vacation on Jekyll Island (aka “millionaires island”). Then step back in time with a romantic stroll in the Savannah Historic District, go whitewater rafting with Rolling Thunder River Company, and see the floating islands (and 10,000 alligators) at Okefenokee Swamp.

When you’re hungry and have downtime on a lazy Sunday, check out Georgia’s impressive list of farmers’ markets, and sample new jams, breads, cheeses, and fruits from just about every county. With so many amazing things to see, eat, and experience, you’ll never have an excuse to say “I’m bored” ever again.

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AT&T and DIRECTV Plans & Packages in Georgia

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AT&T 5G.
Fast. Reliable. Secure.

With AT&T 5G, it’s not complicated. You’ll get fast, reliable, secure 5G that’s available nationwide. Plus, both new and existing customers get our best deals on a wide variety of 5G smartphones, and all our unlimited plans include 5G access at no extra charge. Discover what AT&T 5G can do for you today.

They say the South’s got soul and no state brings that phrase more to life than Georgia. GA plays host to schools UGA, Emory, and Albany—and we’re only getting started. School spirit aside, what’s not to love about Georgia? Between breathtaking mossy green everywhere, tree-lined streets, and sandy coastal beaches, there’s a reason people are posting in the Peach State.


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Georgia Ranks #10 for Quality of Digital Life

It must be sweet in the Peach State having above average internet speeds, more homes with access to the internet, and not overpaying for your internet service. That’s what helped Georgia take the tenth spot in All Home Connections’ Quality of Digital Life Report, making it an ideal state to stay connected.

What Makes Georgia a Top-Ten State in Digital Life?

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Percentage of income spent on the internet

10%

National Average:

10%

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Internet Speed

39.1Mbps

National Average:

36Mbps

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Percentage of households with broadband coverage

90.6%

National Average:

86%

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Percentage of children in a household with a computing device

82.1%

National Average:

83%

Methodology

To determine which states rank highest for quality of digital life, All Home Connections’ data team analyzed four key metrics:

  • Internet affordability (25%). This factor measured the average cost of the internet vs. average personal income in each state.
  • Internet quality (25%). This data point analyzed the average internet speed in each state.
  • Electronic infrastructure (25%). For this metric, we analyzed the percentage of broadband coverage by state.
  • Accessibility to computers and tablets (25%). For the final data point, we determined the percentage of children in a household with a desktop, laptop, or tablet as of 2019.

The data for each category came from the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis, the U.S. Census, Internet World Statistics, and the National Center for Education Statistics.