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Fri, Jun 24, 2022 10:25 PM

Internet service + price

How many AT&T Uverse users still pay over $65 per month for 100 mbps or less?  There are many internet providers who give you up to 300 mbps for the price.  Anybody use Zona Wyyerd Fiber?  Are they reliable?

tonydi

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Looks like that service is only available in AZ and in only about 25% at that.  AZ is one of the states that AT&T doesn't service with regular Internet so your odds of finding a customer in this forum seems pretty slim.

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I have in front of me a flyer from (Zona) Wyyerd Fiber that offers 2 gigs speed for $150, 1 gig speed for $95, 600 mbps for $80, and 300mbps for $65, all of which are considerably less than AT&T.  They have office at 401 Mile of Cars Way, #101, National City, CA 91950, just a few miles from me.  619) 914-2677.  This is in NO way an endorsement for them.

tonydi

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I see they say "Coming Soon" for CA.

Not sure how that's considerably less than AT&T.

AT&T prices....

300 is $55

500 is $65

1000 is $80

2500 is $110

5000 is $180

ATTHelp

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Let us see what we can do about your pricing, garynoe1!

 

Meet us in the Direct Messages so we can get started. Your DM Inbox is the chat icon next to the bell icon in the upper right corner of the Forums.

 

Talk to you soon!

 

Aminah, AT&T Community Specialist

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I see all kinds of replies here, none of which help me with a faster internet speed.  It just boggles my mind that People here in the States feel that they are getting good deals.

In reality, most of the rest of the World (read Europe) get speeds roughly 10 times as fast as here.  It's just pure greed.  I am NOT interested in AT&T employees' feedback.  They seem to be ignorant of the facts here.  

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All the EU countries could fit in the USA. Not near the infrastructure or large rural sparsely populated areas. So apples an oranges.

tonydi

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You come into an AT&T customer to customer forum and ask about a service that isn't AT&T, that most people have never heard of, that you can't even get where you live yet and isn't as cheap as you thought and now you're unhappy we aren't "helping"? 

What is it you'd like us to help with?

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Obviously, getting better, faster speed in my neighborhood.  I doesn't make any sense at all that Eastlake Vistas can't get the same speeds as other communities, especially since all conduits are underground.

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Addend my last msg to show that, for months, I was paying for 100 mbps, and getting less than 75; only to find out from Tech Support that (at the time) 75 mbps was the max in the neighborhood.  So why was I paying for 100?  Now there is, apparently, 100 mbps max. and I get 80 or so.  So, I mean, what gives?

tonydi

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There's your problem.  You're trying to make sense of something that defies logic.  There is no sense to be made about how AT&T decides which area gets what.  We're seeing that right now with fiber, where people live across the street from homes with fiber and their side isn't serviced.  Where you'd think, economically, one more upscale area is a better candidate than one right next to it, with much lower avg income, gets fiber instead.

As for your situation, are you still paying for 100 and getting only 80 via a wired connection?  

If you go into http://192.168.1.254 and go to the Broadband page.  Look for Sync rates, Attenuation, Noise Margin and Error counts and post a screencap of that sections

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Yes.  And Yes.

my thoughts

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“Where you'd think, economically, one more upscale area is a better candidate than one right next to it, with much lower avg income, gets fiber instead.”

If the cost per mile is similar AND all accounts regardless of income area pay the same for internet… makes more sense to bring fiber to lower ave income area as lot sizes are smaller result is more population / housing density in the same mile means more potential of larger number of accounts from lower income housing areas. 

Additional lower income is more likely to be aerial service which is substantially lower cost to deploy than higher income that has underground service.

Conclusion is more homes at lower cost per home to deploy with greater return of investment as more customers.

The expectation is 40% take rate… when ATT reaches 30 million addresses with fiber by 2026, at 1 million fiber addresses being added to as subscribers (current 6.3 million end 1st q 2022) would be 10 million (33% take) with an additional 2 million subscribers expected by 2028 to reach 40% take rate.

Not all addresses will receive fiber, and not all addresses that have fiber option will subscribe. Thus a number game to reach the most benefit for the lowest cost possible (engineering). Some may refer to this as low hanging fruit.

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