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Tuesday, October 24th, 2017 1:29 PM

Internet Options - AT&T Fixed Wireless Internet


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Internet needs to be everywhere. AT&T is working on it with AT&T Fixed Wireless. It's a technology that uses the LTE network to bring internet to you. It is not available everywhere but we're working on it. Interested?


Check To See If You Can Get AT&T Fixed Wireless Internet 

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What Is AT&T Fixed Wireless Internet 

AT&T Fixed Wireless Internet is a service that uses an outdoor antenna to provide a strong signal for internet connectivity. AT&T Fixed Wireless Internet is only available in select (typically rural) areas. AT&T Fixed Wireless Internet provides Internet download speeds of 10Mbps or over. Check out the cool video below for more information! 


Note: AT&T Fixed Wireless Internet is not available in all areas but is working to expand. The AT&T Community team does not know if or when certain areas will be expanded or if it will have AT&T Fixed Wireless Internet or other internet services.


NAT and Gaming

At this time, Fixed Wireless is not capable of adjusting the NAT. AT&T does have information if or when this will be supported. 


For more information like pricing, data questions, and technical specs, check out our AT&T Fixed Wireless Internet Homepage.



ChrisZ, AT&T Community Specialist 

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5 years ago

You are 100% correct.



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5 years ago

if you get a verizon signal, they have a new unlimited prepay jetpack plan.  been using it for 3 months and its great



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5 years ago


I can get a fairly weak Verizon signal. it isn't much, typically around -116dBm, and that can get me close to 1Mbps down 50Kbps up, which is far superior to AT&T's non-existent offerings. 

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4 Messages

3 years ago

Don't get to excited about this service!

They ship out the PACE 5268AC modem/router, but you have no DMZ or port forwarding capabilities.

I'm tempted to go back to satalite now because of this mess.

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