AT&T Internet and CenturyLink offer some of the lowest-priced fiber plans available in the U.S. That said, both have limited coverage when it comes to their fiber service. AT&T Fiber is mainly available in southeastern states, the Midwest, and California while CenturyLink fiber plans are available in select cities across 37 states. Plans vary by location, along with pricing and speeds.
Both AT&T and CenturyLink are on par with competitive market pricing. AT&T Fiber plans start at $55 per month for up to 300 Mbps download speeds and CenturyLink fiber plans are as low as $50 per month for download speeds up to 100 Mbps. The fastest AT&T Fiber plan has download speeds up to 5 Gbps for $180 per month. You must sign up for AutoPay if you want to take advantage of AT&T’s promotional rates. For CenturyLink, paperless billing or prepay is required.
Both providers offer unlimited data with their fiber internet plans, but AT&T has a 350 GB data cap per month for its fixed wireless plans.