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AT&T Internet Plans & Pricing

AT&T utilizes multiple technologies to deliver the fastest possible speed at any service location―ranging from a variety of DSL-based technologies and Fiber to the Loop that shape its IPBB network to its new-gen Fiber-to-the-Home service that can deliver multi-gigabit speeds. That is how AT&T makes sure every household in its footprint gets access to fast and reliable internet at competitive price points.

AT&T’s multi-gigabit internet maxes out at 5,000 Mbps. That is incredibly fast speed, but as of yet it is available in select areas covered by AT&T Fiber. In non-fiber areas, AT&T delivers up to 100 Mbps download speeds over its IPBB network.

Take a look at popular speed tiers from AT&T. None of them binds you in an annual contract.

AT&T Internet-only Plans Max Download/Upload Speed Data Limit Promo Price*
High Speed Internet 25/5 Mbps 1 TB $55/mo.
for 12 months plus taxes. Autopay & paperless bill req’d.
50/10 Mbps
75/20 Mbps
100/20 Mbps Unlimited $55/mo.
for 12 months plus taxes. Autopay & paperless bill req’d.
Fiber optic Internet 300/300 Mbps Unlimited $55/mo. plus taxes.
Autopay & paperless bill req’d
500/500 Mbps Unlimited $65/mo. plus taxes.
Autopay & paperless bill req’d
1/1 Gbps Unlimited $80/mo. plus taxes.
Autopay & paperless bill req’d

*Price after $5/mo autopay & paperless bill discount (w/in 2 bills). Monthly State Cost Recovery Charge in TX, OH, NV applies. One time install chrg may apply. Ltd. avail/areas.

Cities with the Fastest AT&T Speeds

AT&T gives you the best speed at the best price on the best network available—thanks to its impressive footprint across 21 states supported by a huge network of Copper and Fiber lines. Understandably, cities where AT&T Fiber coverage is available, are the ones where you are likely to experience the fastest speeds too. And as AT&T expands its multi-gigabit footprint, over a 100 cities will come to promise the fastest speeds. Here is a listing of prominent cities where you can already enjoy up to 5 Gbps symmetrical speeds with AT&T Fiber!

Albany, GA

Fort Worth, TX

Oklahoma City, OK

Alexandria, LA

Fresno, CA

Orlando, Florida

Atlanta, GA

Gainesville, FL

Oakland, CA

Augusta, GA

Houston, TX

Odessa-Midland, TX

Austin, TX

Indianapolis, IN

Paducah, KY

Bakersfield, CA

Jackson, MS

Panama City, FL

Baton Rouge, LA

Jackson, MS/TN

Pensacola, FL

Birmingham, AL

Jacksonville, FL

Raleigh-Durham, NC

Bowling Green, KY

Knoxville, TN

Nashville, TN

Charleston, SC

Kansas City, KS/MO

New Orleans, LA

Charlotte, NC

Lansing, MI

Reno, NV

Chicago, IL

Little Rock, AR

Sacramento, FL

Redding, CA

Los Angeles, CA

San Antonio, TX

Cleveland, OH

Lubbock, TX

San Diego, CA

Columbia, SC

Lake Charles, LA

San Francisco, CA

Columbus, OH

Madison, WI

Savannah, GA

Dallas, TX

Memphis, TN

Springfield, IL/MO

Dayton, OH

Miami, FL

St. Louis, MO

Detroit, MI

Montgomery, AL

Topeka, KS

Evansville, IN

Milwaukee, WI

Tulsa, OK

Check if you are getting the speed you're paying for!

“Test my internet speed for AT&T”

How Much Speed Do You Really Need?

Whether you're relocating or just shopping around for faster speed options, trying to get the right internet plan to support your family’s digital lifestyle may get more confusing than what you could possibly imagine!

The rule is simple: Pay for what your internet usage requires, which prompts the question: How much internet speed do you really need?

Internet Speed No. of Supported Users
25 Mbps 1-2
100 Mbps 3-4
200 Mbps 4-5
500 Mbps 5+
1,000 Mbps 5+
Everyday Online Activities Minimum Download Speed Requirement
  • Checking email
  • Browsing the web
1-5 Mbps
  • Streaming HD content
5-25 Mbps
  • Streaming 4K content
  • Competitive online gaming
40-100 Mbps
  • Streaming 4K content
  • Competitive online gaming
  • Downloading very large files
200 Mbps

What Can You Do with AT&T Internet Speeds?

AT&T Internet

up to 100 Mbps

Connect multiple devices―for streaming video in HD, online gaming and large file sharing

Stay productive and entertained with consistent speeds at peak times.

AT&T Fiber

up to 1 Gig

Fast online speeds for the whole family to stream HD videos, and share large files.

The AT&T 1 Gig plan is a godsend for serious gamers, home office power users & smart homes!

AT&T Fiber

up to 5 Gig

The fastest you can get for your home―the best for content creators & going live!

Get the speed and reliability you need for remote work and the ultimate edge for elite gaming!

Tips for Getting an Accurate AT&T Speed Test Result

Always Restart Your Modem/Router and Computer/Device

For every tech problem, restarting your modem and router is the most standard and proactive step to take. Just like your computer, numerous things keep these pieces of equipment from performing quite as well over time. Sometimes, those issues manifest in slow browsing and a buffering stream.

Similarly, restarting the device that you’re testing your internet speed from also creates an impact. This is because part of your speed test also relies on the performance of your hardware.

For an accurate AT&T speed test result, restarting these devices often helps bring them back to the optimal functioning status.

Limit Internet Usage

When running an AT&T speed test, one of the most important rules is to not use the internet while testing it.

No music streaming services running in the background, smart speaker playing music in your bedroom, Wi-Fi security cameras uploading HD video, patches downloading via Windows Update, or Amazon Prime streaming on a TV in another room.

Simply, turn off the internet on any and all connected devices to get the best speed test results

Clear Your Browser's Cache

Before running the AT&T speed test, don’t forget to clear your browser's cache. If you plan to test numerous times in a row, try doing this before each subsequent test.

Most speed tests work by uploading or downloading one or multiple files of specific sizes, and calculating the internet speed on the basis of the time it takes for the entire activity to complete.

If you're testing multiple times in a row, the test results after the initial one might be affected by the fact that those files already exist on your device—in the cache. A good speed test should make amends, but unfortunately, that’s not always the case.

Frequently Asked Questions

AT&T Fiber 5 Gbps plan is the fastest you get. However, it is currently available in select AT&T Fiber markets. To check which AT&T speeds are available at your address, call at 855-925-2541.

AT&T Fiber plans start from $55/mo. plus taxes with autopay and paperless billing. Call 855-925-2541 to purchase an AT&T broadband service plan.

AT&T Fiber offers a range of speed tiers—300, 500, 1000, 2,000, and 5,000 Mbps. Availability of speeds depends on the infrastructure in your area. To check which AT&T speeds are available at your address, call at 855-925-2541.

The AT&T Fiber service depicts a low latency level ranging from 7 ms to 12 ms. Customers connected to AT&T high-speed Internet over IPBB should also expect to get a result that shows latency well below 100 ms.