TV & Internet Bundles
The bundles listed below include TV + Internet access and can be a good value if you want traditional TV service.
$129.99/moat promo rateTV price for 12 months w/ 24-mo. TV agmt. TV price higher in 2nd year. Autopay & Paperless bill req’d.*DIRECTV Entertainment + AT&T Internet 100100 MbpsDownload20 MbpsUpload
$134.99/moat promo rateTV price for 12 months w/ 24-mo. TV agmt. TV price higher in 2nd year. Autopay & Paperless bill req’d.*DIRECTV Choice™ + AT&T Internet 100100 MbpsDownload20 MbpsUpload
$144.99/moat promo rateAutopay & Paperless bill req’d for Internet.*DIRECTV STREAM Choice™ + AT&T Internet 500500 MbpsDownload500 MbpsUpload
$154.99/moat promo rateTV price for 12 months w/ 24-mo. TV agmt. TV price higher in 2nd year. Autopay & Paperless bill req’d.*DIRECTV Ultimate + AT&T Internet 100100 MbpsDownload20 MbpsUpload
Internet Only Plans
If you are considering an internet-only plan, be sure to compare with the bundle deals above. Sometimes AT&T Internet offers TV or Phone service for just a few dollars more than stand-alone internet.
$55/moat promo rateAutopay & Paperless bill req’d.*Internet 300300 MbpsDownload300 MbpsUpload
$55/moat promo rateAutopay & Paperless bill req’d.*Internet 100100 MbpsDownload20 MbpsUpload
$55/moat promo rateAutopay & Paperless bill req’d.* Incl 1TB data/mo., overage charges apply.†Fixed Wireless Internet25 MbpsDownload
$65/moat promo rateAutopay & Paperless bill req’d.*Internet 500500 MbpsDownload500 MbpsUpload
$80/moat promo rateAutopay & Paperless bill req’d.*Internet 10001000 MbpsDownload
$110/moat promo rateAutopay & Paperless bill req’d.*Internet 20002000 MbpsDownload2000 MbpsUpload
$180/moat promo rateAutopay & Paperless bill req’d.*Internet 50005000 MbpsDownload5000 MbpsUpload
Best AT&T Internet Deals Right Now
Dozens of AT&T deals come and go seasonally, and offerings can vary based on your geographic location. The current theme: It’s all about fiber plans! Among AT&T’s internet plans, which stay competitively priced, here are the best AT&T internet deals going on now that you don’t want to miss:
- $200 reward card for all new AT&T Fiber customers! That means not only will you get the fastest internet technology on the market today, you’ll also get $200 to get you started. The offer is available online for 300 Mbps plans or higher, and expires March 31, 2022.
- 6 months free of Google Stadia Pro Pass with new AT&T Fiber internet service (limited availability!).
- Free HBO Max account with AT&T Fiber Internet 1000
- Free HBO Max for three months when you bundle DIRECTV STREAM CHOICE™ with AT&T Fiber (300 Mbps or higher).
AT&T Internet-only Deals
With multiple connection types, AT&T offers a range of deals to new customers. AT&T Fiber, the formal name for AT&T’s fiber internet service, offers the best value in terms of speed and price between AT&T’s fiber, IPBB (aka AT&T Internet), DSL (aka AT&T Internet Basic), and fixed wireless internet services. In fact, AT&T typically only offers new promotions with AT&T Fiber plans.
Currently, new AT&T Fiber customers can receive a $200 reward card for ordering service online. New fiber customers can squeeze even more out of that deal by choosing AT&T Fiber’s Internet 1000 plan, the lowest-priced fiber gigabit internet plan available among nationwide providers. CenturyLink offers the second lowest-priced gigabit internet plan, but it doesn’t come with the same perks (i.e., nationwide hotspot access) as AT&T Fiber.
Gamers and streamers can benefit from AT&T’s relationships with HBO Max and Google Stadia. The Internet 1000 plan comes with a free HBO Max account. You can keep the free account for as long as you keep the Internet 1000 plan. If you’ve been wanting to test out Google Stadia, AT&T will give you a free six-month subscription to Stadia Pro.
Those in areas where only AT&T Internet or Internet Basic are available can still receive better deals than what most of AT&T’s competitors offer. The plans for each connection type are $55 per month, regardless of speed. In comparison, most providers charge at least $50 per month for plans with speeds less than 50 Mbps.
AT&T Internet Fees
The main difference between AT&T’s internet fees and other ISP fees is that AT&T’s are unavoidable for most customers.
- Installation Fee: AT&T’s $99 installation fee is required for all internet plans, but it can be waived during certain promotions or skipped if you opt for self-installation (which is not available to everyone).
- Equipment (Modem) Rental Fee: There is no way around AT&T’s $10 per month equipment fee, which is on par with other DSL and fiber providers like CenturyLink. AT&T requires all customers to use its equipment.
- Data overage fee: Expect to pay $10 per 50 GB if you go over your data cap with AT&T Internet or AT&T Fixed Wireless. AT&T Internet customers can exceed up to 500 GB, which is around $100 worth of data. AT&T Fixed Wireless customers can use up to 1,000 GB of extra data, or up to $200 worth of data. AT&T Internet customers can add unlimited data to their plan for an extra $30 per month; however, the unlimited data add-on isn’t available to fixed wireless customers.
AT&T Internet and DIRECTV Bundles
|Plan Name||Monthly Price (savings)||Deal|
|AT&T Internet + DIRECTV Stream||$84.99-$119.99 per month ($10-$20 off per month on internet service for first year)||
|AT&T Internet + DIRECTV||
There are a number of AT&T Internet and DIRECTV bundles — you can mix and match your preferred internet plan with DIRECTV Stream or DIRECTV.
Whether you choose a streaming service or satellite TV, the best internet and TV bundle to get is the Choice™ package + Internet. With it, you get channels like the ACC and MLB Network and major networks such as Fox, BET, Disney, and MTV.
AT&T offers discounts on its internet service for military members and families, older adults, first responders, and low-income households.
- Military and first responders: Active duty military, veterans, and military families can get a $15 per month discount on internet and DIRECTV services. To qualify, active-duty members just need to provide their “.mil” email; veterans need to show proof of a valid veteran’s ID, a veteran-designated driver’s license, or DD214. Military families can bring a veteran health insurance card or dependent’s ID for verification. First responders need a current employee/volunteer badge or pay stub to qualify for AT&T’s discounts.
- Senior citizens and low-income households: AT&T offers “AT&T Access,” a program that offers plans for low-income consumers. Customers who meet the criteria for service can get broadband (at least 25 Mbps) home internet access at discounted rates.
How to get the best deal with AT&T Internet
There are a few shopping tips worth keeping in mind, regardless of location:
- Get a sense of the kind of speeds you’ll need. Once you’ve figured out what options are available at your address, it’s time to take a look at your average internet usage. In some cases, you can save money by getting a slower plan, so long as that slower plan meets your basic needs. Use our bandwidth calculator to figure out how much speed you need.
- Look through the promotions and make sure the “final” price is reasonable. AT&T internet deals last for a year on average. After that, prices increase about $20. If you bundle, expect your cost to increase even more.