AT&T Internet Availability Map

AT&T Internet Availability Map. Click for interactive 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 people with access to AT&T have access to AT&T Internet since DSL is available practically wherever landlines are. AT&T Fiber is mainly available in major cities in Alabama, Arkansas, and California.

In addition to IPBB and fiber internet service, AT&T also offers digital landline phone service, home security, mobile service, as well as live streaming and satellite TV via their partnership with DIRECTV.

AT&T Plans and Pricing

Best Features: Things to Consider:
  • Contract-free plans
  • Lowest-priced fiber internet plans
  • Best promotions and deals when compared to other fiber and DSL providers
  • Access to 30,000+ AT&T Wi-Fi hotspots
  • Limited fiber availability
  • Up to 1 TB data cap on DSL services
  • Monthly router rental required

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 are tied to AT&T Fiber plans, which also offer the cheapest gigabit internet plan among our highest-rated providers, with prices starting at $55 per month.

However, AT&T Fiber is AT&T’s least available internet service. Most people are likely to see AT&T Internet (IPBB) plans instead, which offer the same price – $55 per month – no matter what speed you choose.

Plan Name Download Speed Starting Price Data Cap
AT&T Fixed Wireless Internet Up to 25 Mbps $55 per month 350 GB
AT&T Internet Up to 100 Mbps $55 per month 1 TB
AT&T Fiber Up to 5 Gbps $55 per month Unlimited Data

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 at least five in total). In other words, some AT&T subscribers may see download speeds up to 10 or 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 and, in some cases, can be combined for customers who want to bundle. 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 their residential internet service.

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Frequently Asked Questions About AT&T Internet

  • Is AT&T fiber available in my area?

    AT&T’s fiber network is the largest in the U.S., so there is a chance you can get service. Use our ZIP code search function to see specific availability in your area.

  • Is AT&T discontinuing U-verse?

    AT&T no longer operates under the U-verse brand title. Users can now refer to their internet service as AT&T Internet or AT&T Fiber. For television, take a look into DIRECTV STREAM.

  • What speeds does AT&T Fiber offer?

    AT&T Fiber plans start with download speeds up to 300 Mbps through the AT&T Internet 300 plan and go all the way up to 5 Gbps with the AT&T Internet 5000 plan. We recommend checking out the AT&T Internet 1000 plan for speeds up to 1 Gbps for just $80 per month.

  • Does AT&T offer discounts on wireless and internet service?

    AT&T consistently offers discounts and promotions on wireless and internet plans each month. Check out our AT&T deals page for month information regarding what they are offering this month.

  • How is AT&T’s customer service?

    AT&T has a stellar customer service reputation, including an A+ Better Business Bureau (BBB) rating, the No. 1 spot from the American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI), and No. 1 position for J.D. Power North Central and J.D. Power South.