In October 2020, AT&T announced that they no longer sell DSL plans. Instead, they offer a fiber-DSL hybrid connection called AT&T Internet.
Basically, when the company discontinued it's U-verse brand, those Internet connections were rebranded as AT&T Internet. Their current service provides broadband Internet with speeds much faster than DSL.
Connection Type: Fiber/DSL Internet
Download Speeds: Up To 100 Mbps
As of 2021, AT&T Internet is organized into 5 speed tiers. These plans are the same throughout their entire Internet service area:
AT&T is working to make AT&T Fiber it's primary broadband offering. However, the majority of their customers (around 70%) are still in areas where gigabit fiber connections are not available.
Until the company has had time to convert older lines to fiber, most customers will only have speeds up to 100 Mbps available.
Finally, for those in rural areas, they have two services:
AT&T will always offer you the fastest Internet speeds possible, so call now and find out what's available at your address:
AT&T provides Internet service in 21 states:
Going forward, AT&T will be focused on fiber-optics and 5G wireless. Older copper landlines are obsolete. The company is looking to migrate landline customers to either AT&T Fiber or AT&T Fixed Wireless.