what do you pay for high speed Internet?

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what do you pay for high speed Internet?

I've been with ATT for years. My bill is currently $46/month for HSI Elite. This seems high from looking at the rates displayed for new customers. Is it? This is only for home Internet I pay more for our phone plans.

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‎09-30-2015 1:39 AM

Re: what do you pay for high speed Internet?

You rate is the current month to month , non contract, no early termination fee plan. This will be increasing $5, as are all the internet plans.

If desire to enter into a one year promotion with a $180 early termination fee, please call 1-800-288-2020 Monday to Fridays from 8am to 5 pm local time and ask for RETENTIONS.

New customers internet only receive an $11.05 discount, RETENTIONS should offer similar (maybe $10). If have VOIP or wireless phones may qualify for bigger discount.

http://www.att.com/u-verse/explore/offer-details.jsp
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Re: what do you pay for high speed Internet?

I myself dont consider 222kb/s D- rated internet speed.

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Re: what do you pay for high speed Internet?

If you pay attention, this thread was origionally posted back in 2014 and any rates quoted are LONG out of date. 

One needs to look at the present sales site to get the currant rates for various tiers or service.

Keep in mind, none of then will reflect any bounuses and discounts avaialbe for such things as bundling services, etc.

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