Have you been looking for a new Internet provider? Good news AT&T Fiber has brought back their $200 reward offer. Right now, you can get up to a $200 reward card if you switch to AT&T Fiber Home Internet. This is a great deal for cord cutters looking for a better deal on internet.
Right now, if you sign up for 300 Mbps, you will get a $150 gift card but you can get an extra $5 if you use the Promo Code “SPRING50” at checkout.
Right now, AT&T’s home internet plans start at just $55 a month, so this is a great time to signup if you have been thinking about it.
This deal is only available online if you sign up HERE.
Here are all the terms and conditions:
REWARD CARD: Ends 6/1/23. Online only at att.com. For new residential AT&T Fiber customers. Residents of select multi-dwelling units not eligible. $100 Reward Card with purchase of Internet 300 or 500; $150 Reward Card with purchase of Internet 1Gig or higher. Add’l $50 Reward Card with promo code “SPRING50“ at checkout.
Reward Card: Will be sent email or letter with redemption info. Redemption req’d. w/in 75 days from reward notification email or mail date Card delivered w/in 3-4 weeks after redemption to customers who maintain and pay for qualifying service through reward fulfillment. Card expires at month-end 6 mos after issuance. For Cardholder Agreement, go to rewardcenter.att.com. Card is issued by The Bancorp Bank N.A., Member FDIC, pursuant to a license from Visa U.S.A. Inc. and can be used everywhere Visa debit cards are accepted in the United States, District of Columbia, US Virgin Islands, and Puerto Rico. No cash access. The Bancorp Bank N.A. does not endorse or sponsor and is not affiliated in any way with any product or service offered by AT&T.
Offers may not be combined with certain other promotional offers on the same services and may be modified or discontinued at any time without notice. Other conditions may apply to all offers.
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