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Tue, Jan 14, 2020 2:33 AM

Getting AT&T internet where I live

Who do I talk to in order to receive AT&T in my area. I live on the outskirts of Houston in Montgomery county and we’re stuck with Suddenlink in most residential areas. Their service is absolutely unacceptable! I can’t get anything done! Please for the love of god, Porter Texas needs some AT&T love! Make it happen people! Somethings got to give. Suddenlink service has me living in a 3rd world country when in reality I’m 10 minutes away from the 4th largest city in the United States. (Edited per community guidelines). I swear to (Edited per community guidelines), I need some answers, like, let’s get this done! I need names, phone numbers, who do we got to get involved. Why are you still reading this??

PORTER TEXAS —— NEEDS AT&T INTERNET—— NOW!

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1 month ago

You would either need to move to an area serviced by ATT or contact your local telco provider which is CenturyLink. CenturyLink has 97% DSl coverage in that zip code as well as 22% Fiber coverage. That area also has a percentage covered by EnTouch, or satellite internet from HughesNet or ViaSat (exede)

https://broadbandnow.com/Texas/Porter?zip=77365

Different areas are controlled by different companies ATT has hardwired internet locations in select areas of 21 states. Other telco providers include CenturyLink, Frontier, Windstream, etc.

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