AT&T is planning to offer their fiber broadband and copper VDSL2 customers an easy to understand view of their different plans and offerings. They are planning to do this by trimming down their offerings. AT&T now offer three broadband speed plans under the latest structure. These plans are explained below. Each of the plans will need a contract of at least one year.
Customers who opt for this plan can get up to 50 Mbps of speed for just thirty dollars per month as part of the bundled services. If they need the service as a standalone connection, they will need to pay forty dollars.
Internet 75 And Internet 100
Best internet plans from AT&T that has speeds ranging from 75 Mbps to 100 Mbps are offered at fifty dollars per month when the user buys another qualifying service from AT&T with one year agreement and combined billing. If the user just needs the internet plan, he or she will need to pay a sum of sixty dollars per month for the service, with a 12 months contract.
This plan is for those eligible customers who live in an AT&T FTTH-enabled market. The plan offers 1 Gbps internet speed for seventy dollars when subscribed as part of a bundle. If the service is needed on a standalone basis, the user will need to pay eighty dollars.
One of the best selling points of these latest offerings from AT&T is that they are planning to waive off the cost of the associated Wi-Fi gateways and modem. Cheryl Choy, who is the Vice President of wired voice and broadband products from AT&T, said that the latest plans offer their customers an easy to understand options. “AT&T has been working hard over the years to continue to drive clarity with our customers and deliver more simplified internet plans,” she said.
The new plan offerings from AT&T are also in conjunction with their plans to shut down their U-Verse broadband and voice offerings. AT&T announced in 2016 about their plans to phase out their U-verse services. From now on, customers who have subscribed to a 45 Mbps broadband plan from AT&T will see their service referred to as “AT&T Internet” and the tier will be referred to as “AT&T Internet 45.” AT&T has also renamed their voice service as “AT&T Phone.”
AT&T believes that by consolidating their internet speed tiers to just three, users can easily understand their service options. Reports say that AT&T is targeting the tiers to new customers in order to become the fastest internet providers in the US.