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AT&T Internet

AT&T Internet Service

Depending upon availability in your area, your download and upload speeds with AT&T Internet can reach triple digits. It’s high-speed internet with the emphasis on speed.

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AT&T Fiber Internet Plans & Prices

Whether you want a budget-friendly high-speed internet option to surf the web or max speeds to game and stream, AT&T Fiber Internet can do that. Compare prices and speeds below to find your perfect fit.

AT&T Internet PlansDownload SpeedsStarting PriceNo. of DevicesInternet TypeBest for
Internet 1000 1,000 Mbps connection†† $60/mo.13+FiberUltra-connected homes, serious gamers, telecommuters, and large file sharing
Internet 500 500Mbps $45/mo.12+FiberStreaming on several devices, sharing photos and videos, casual online gaming
Internet 300 300Mbps $35/mo.11+FiberMultiple users, binge-streaming, competitive gaming, and downloading large files.
Internet 100 Up to 100Mbps $45/mo.9+Gaming in real-time, streaming HD videos, and sharing photos and videos on social media

Copper or Fiber—What’s the difference?


Copper cables are literally made from copper material, transferring data through electrical pulses. Intended initially to transmit voice data, copper cables have been repurposed to transfer internet data and are what most cable providers use today.

Because of the older material, copper wires can only send data for limited distances at limited speeds. Copper wires have been around for a long time, making it a suitable and reliable connection option for more rural areas of the country.


Fiber internet uses fiber-optic cables bundled together to transmit data through pulses of infrared laser light. This method provides internet speeds that allow for quick streaming and downloading.

Fiber-optic cables are not susceptible to the same electrical mishaps as copper wires because of how they transmit data. They’re fully-resistant to fire, electromagnetic interference, lightning, or radio signals. Although made of glass, fiber-optic cables are still durable because they’re covered in a protective coat to make them last longer.

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  • Fast, consistent speeds with no data caps
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What’s Included with AT&T Internet

You’ve learned about the speeds, and you know the reliability. Now check out the extras that set AT&T Internet apart, adding value to each and every package.

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Expert Technical Installation

Set an appointment time that works for you to get internet that works. The expert AT&T Internet installation team gets you up and running in no time. All you have to do is sit back and surf.

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Access to the National AT&T Wi-Fi Hot Spot network

Get online at no additional charge at thousands of locations across the United States. Whether you’re working from the coffee shop or streaming shows away from home.

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Smart Home Manager

Simplify your home Wi-Fi experience with AT&T Smart Home Manager. Set up a guest network, see who’s connected, and easily update network names and passwords from your mobile device.