The All-New AT&T Internet Air Is Now Available

Move over Verizon 5G Home and T-Mobile 5G Home because AT&T’s new 5G home internet product, AT&T Internet Air, is finally here! Now available in several cities nationwide, it’s already becoming one of the best 5G home internet options available. AT&T Internet Air is a wireless 5G internet product that works by picking up your 5G wireless signal, the same service on your phone, and transmitting that into secure Wi-Fi access for your home.

With 5G networks expanding daily, 5G home internet is growing faster and more dependable for residential subscribers. AT&T Internet Air is especially appealing because it is portable, features a sleek design, and is easily self-installed within 15 minutes. If you want speeds faster than DSL or satellite, or you live in a rural area, AT&T Internet Air could be an excellent option for your household.

AT&T 5G Home Internet Pricing

*Save $20 per month of AT&T Internet Air when you add an eligible AT&T wireless plan within the first 30 days.
Plan name Download speeds Starting price Data cap
AT&T Internet Air Between 40-140 Mbps $55 per month with AutoPay* Unlimited

With AT&T Internet Air entering dozens of major markets this year, it’s providing a new option to subscribers who might not have access to AT&T Fiber or other high-quality internet products. What makes AT&T Internet Air different is that it costs just one flat price with no installation fees, equipment fees, contracts, or data caps. Plus, it has plenty of speed for streaming, browsing, and all the other online activities a modern household enjoys.

What You Need to Know About AT&T Internet Air

Pros Cons
  • Straightforward plan pricing
  • Quick and free self-installation
  • No contracts or data caps
  • Limited availability
  • Fluctuating speeds

While AT&T may need to play catch up versus other 5G internet options, it offers comparable speeds and prices as its competitors. Not to mention AT&T has years of award-winning customer service under its belt. As AT&T Fiber continues to expand around the country, AT&T Internet Air will likely follow and be available in those markets, too.


AT&T Internet Air offers customers download speeds between 40 and 140 Mbps and upload speeds between 5 and 25 Mbps. There are also add-on purchases like extenders available to increase connectivity throughout your entire home. Extenders cost an additional $10 per month, and you can order up to five. As always, with 5G internet connections, you may experience fluctuations and slower speeds during peak hours.

Data Caps

AT&T Internet Air has no data caps, so you don’t have to worry about hefty overage fees on your internet bill. So whether you enjoy binge-watching shows or gaming for hours, data caps aren’t a concern with AT&T Internet Air.


Self-installation for AT&T Internet Air is free and takes about 15 minutes. All you have to do is unbox the AT&T All-Fi Hub equipment, scan a QR code, and follow instructions for optimal placement in your home. Once you connect the power supply into a Hub and your preferred wall, you can set up your account and launch your service immediately.

Equipment Fees

The necessary equipment to launch AT&T Internet Air comes in the self-installation kit. There is no cost to use that equipment each month. The only equipment that you may want to purchase and pay monthly for are extenders to expand your service into any dead zones of your house.

Customer Service

For several years running, J.D. Power and the American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI) ranked AT&T as the top internet provider for customer service and satisfaction. While AT&T Internet Air is a new product, the service you’ll receive should still be award-winning and quick. Beyond AT&T’s standard customer service methods, such as a toll-free line, online chat, and an extensive knowledge base, AT&T Internet Air also includes a designated customer support team in case any problems with your service arise.


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Frequently Asked Questions About AT&T Internet Air

  • Does AT&T Internet Air come with data caps?

    AT&T Internet Air does not have data caps or overage fees. However, your connection may be slowed in peak hours to accommodate others using the network.

  • How fast is AT&T Internet Air?

    AT&T Internet Air offers download speeds ranging between 40 to 140 Mbps and upload speeds between 5 and 25 Mbps. Its latency runs between 36 and 60 milliseconds.

  • Can AT&T Internet Air support online gaming?

    If you live alone or in a small household, it’s a possibility that AT&T Air can support online gaming. However, due to the bandwidth and speeds that gaming requires, it is not the best type of internet connection to ensure that you can play uninterrupted. A fiber or cable connection may be more consistent, depending on the kind of gaming and amount of usage.

  • Is AT&T Internet Air faster than fiber?

    AT&T Internet Air is not as fast as fiber internet service, but it will likely be more accessible as time elapses. AT&T Internet air may only hover between 40 and 140 Mbps for $55 per month plus taxes, but it will likely become more widely available in many markets than AT&T’s fiber network.

  • Why do some neighborhoods have AT&T Internet Air access and others don’t?

    AT&T is first upgrading existing fixed wireless and IPBB customers to AT&T Internet Air. From there, the service opens to other markets with strong 5G capability on their network. Right now, here are the locations covered by AT&T Internet Air:

    • Chicago
    • Cincinnati
    • Cleveland-Akron (Canton)
    • Denver
    • Detroit
    • Flint-Saginaw-Bay City, MI
    • Harrisburg-Lancaster-Lebanon, PA
    • Hartford-New Haven, CT
    • Las Vegas
    • Los Angeles
    • Minneapolis-St. Paul
    • New Bedford, MA
    • Orlando/Gainesville, FL
    • Philadelphia
    • Phoenix (Prescott)
    • Pittsburgh
    • Portland, OR
    • Providence, RI
    • Salt Lake City
    • Seattle-Tacoma
    • Tampa-St. Petersburg (Sarasota), FL