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AT&T Has a New Internet Deal For Cord Cutters

Looking for a deal on Internet only? (We often hear from readers saying they are.) AT&T has a deal they hope will pull in cord cutters.

Right now AT&T is offering 50 Mbps down DSL for just $40 a month, plus it will give you a $50 gift card for just signing up. To get the $50 gift card you must sign up for service online. This is for new customers only.

If I find other good deals I will make sure to pass them along.

Legal details:

Plus taxes. 12 mo agmt req’d. Incl 1TB data/mo. $10 chrg for each add’l 50GB (up to $100/mo)†. Limited availability in select areas. May not be available in your area. Claim based on AT&T Internet service. Redemption req’d.

$50 Reward Card for purchase of qualifying High Speed Internet online at att.comReward Card: Will be sent letter with redemption requirements. Redemption req’d. w/in 75 days from reward notification mail date. Reward Card delivered within 3-4 weeks after redemption to customers who maintain qualifying service from installation date and through reward fulfillment. Card expires at month-end 3 mos after issuance. No cash access. AT&T Reward Card issued by U.S. Bank National Association, pursuant to license from Visa U.S.A. Inc. Ends 6/30/17.

INTERNET OFFERS REQUIRE 12 MONTH AGREEMENT. New approved residential customers only. Prorated ETF ($180) and Equipment Non-Return fees apply. Credit restrictions apply.

1YR INTERNET OFFER: Price after bill credit for new residential customers. After 12 months, then prevailing monthly rate applies unless canceled by customer before end of promo period. Up to $99 installation fee applies.

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  • Richard smith

    I wouldn’t trust them, especially with a 12 month agreement

    • Dale Thibodeau

      I don’t download much anymore but that data cap isn’t cool at all.

      • Richard smith

        This is no deal, every cable company gives these to new customers. Spectrum offer 60 mbps at $30 for the first year and no data cap. Also did you see the up to $99 installation fee.

        • NashGuy

          That’s a pretty good deal from AT&T. You can only get Spectrum internet for $30 if you bundle it with TV and phone. By itself, their internet service starts at $45 (although it is faster).

          • Richard smith

            Depends where you live. Where I am Former Bright house it is $30 for new customers. I pay $65 for 60 which is the lowest rate they have.

  • A. Tasso

    1TB data cap should probably be mentioned prominently in the headline since this post is targeted toward CORD CUTTERS

  • Joe Mama

    And this part…. “After 12 months, then prevailing monthly rate applies” …. However much they decide to charge you.

  • John Mpls

    I just got Centurylink fiber, $30 a month for 40mb download speed. 12 month agreement. So far so good. No data cap.

  • Barry A

    Most cable companies (Not all but most) have a 1TB data cap. If you live alone this IS a good deal. Sorry, but it is, If you have a family that has multiple TV’s an devices in the home then this is NOT a very good deal. Although it is an interesting alternative to those who are stuck with only Comcast as their only internet choice.

    • Bruce Wayne

      I use way more than 1TB and I live alone.

      • Barry A

        you must do a lot of tv watching or work from home. If not then you are in an extreme minority. This is not the norm for most single person households

  • Ottis DA Da aD

    In my area AT&T is still laughably at 3mbps max.

  • DynoSauR

    There’s only one problem with that deal. They can’t deliver over 2 Mbps. speed in my neighborhood. They should have replaced their lines years ago in my neighborhood. New neighborhoods can get fast speeds though.

  • Val Smith

    I got this deal

  • S C

    Great deal in my area and I switched on Friday. Otherwise Cox is the only other alternative at 50 mbps down they were charging me $67 and wouldn’t come down to match AT&T. Even with the $49 ( $99 – $50 giftcard ) installation, it still comes out to just under $45/month. Saving me $22/month. I’ll take it.

  • Rookie

    It would be nice if these companies would offer something to their existing customers who have been with them for years. That goes for cable companies as well. Just a bunch of crooks…

  • 1TB Cap, Screw that noise!

    • Bruce Wayne

      Many of them are having caps now. It’s sad. Do you know any that don’t?

  • Bruce Wayne

    After 12 months, they will increase your price.