AT&T Internet Availability Map
AT&T offers wired broadband internet using two types of connections: IPBB, a DSL and fiber hybrid connection known as AT&T Internet, and fiber, which is simply branded as AT&T Fiber. Most Americans have access to AT&T Internet since DSL is available practically wherever landlines are across 21 states. AT&T Fiber can be found in many major cities in Georgia, Texas, and Tennessee. In addition to IPBB and fiber internet service, AT&T also offers digital landline phone, wireless, and smart home services.
AT&T Internet Services
|Best Features||Things to Consider|
AT&T internet plans share one thing in common: They are all contract-free. AT&T Fiber plans offer the best value in terms of cost per Mbps compared to the rest of AT&T’s internet plans. AT&T’s best deals and promotions come with AT&T Fiber plans, which offer some of the cheapest gigabit internet plan options among our highest-rated providers.
However, AT&T Fiber plans have availability limitations in some areas. So, most people will likely see AT&T Internet (IPBB) plans instead.
|Plan Name||Download Speed||Data Cap|
|AT&T Fiber||Up to 5 Gbps||Unlimited Data|
|AT&T Internet||Up to 100 Mbps||1.5 TB|
|AT&T Fixed Wireless Internet||Up to 25 Mbps||350 GB|
One thing to remember if AT&T Internet is available near you: They provide the fastest speed available to your residence. Meaning you will only see one AT&T Internet plan (although there are three in total). In other words, some AT&T subscribers may see download speeds up to 25 Mbps while others could see up to 100 Mbps.
Although AT&T has some of the lowest pricing across the board, there are additional fees to consider when deciding which provider fits your budget. You will need to consider the current AT&T deals, plans, and pricing before making a choice on which plan is right for you.
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AT&T Internet Speeds
IPBB and Fiber, the core technologies used to deliver AT&T Internet, have some core differences. The big one is that IPBB uses twisted copper phone lines to deliver data as EF (Electromagnetic Frequency) radio signals. You can think of this as “analog.”
Fiber, on the other hand, uses distinct pulses of light over ultra-thin fiber-optical strands to communicate the on-and-off nature of binary data. You can think of this as “digital.” As you might expect, light travels much faster than radio waves, and delivers an internet connection that is 10-plus times faster than IPBB as a result.
IPBB service is often compared to cable, although the two have some key differences as well. The main one is that IPBB is slightly slower in terms of download speed, but delivers an overall more consistent connection since it doesn’t utilize bandwidth sharing as a network management strategy. That said, see how AT&T compares to cable providers like Spectrum.
AT&T Internet vs. AT&T Wireless
AT&T Internet and AT&T Wireless come from the same company. Bundling the two services will result in a discount on your bill or unlimited data for your AT&T Internet plan. It is possible to get internet at home from AT&T Wireless (which is known as mobile broadband or portable internet); however, the speed will not be nearly as fast as AT&T’s residential internet service.