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AT&T Fixed Wireless Internet for home or small business - $60 per month (Up to 170 GB per month). YMMV

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I searched and didn't see this posted. Please let me know if this is a repost. AT&T is offering internet called "Fixed Wireless Internet." The service is provided from cell towers and transmits to a small dish that AT&T will install on your property. The reason for YMMV in the title is because the service may not be available in all areas. This is not a mobile unit, hence the name fixed wireless internet. This is a decent plan for anyone who is currently using a satellite internet company. It is much more affordable and includes much more data per month than most satellite internet companies. I ordered mine today. I have been using a similar local service and getting only 6 mbps speeds (or less) for $35 per month. AT&T says there will be at least a 10 mbps speed or more. The cost is $60 per month for standalone service. If you have Directv, and/or AT&T wireless, you can combine the bill and get it for $50 per month. The data cap is 170 GB per month. Overages are billed at $10 for each additional 50 GB (up to $200) per month. HOWEVER…if you sign up before 10/1/18, they will double the data. That makes it 340 GB per month. Please do not criticize. This is merely a post to help those who, like myself, live in rural areas that have limited options for internet service.
They also have a plan for $85 that includes the fixed wireless internet and Directv.

Here is the fine print:

Fixed Wireless Internet & DIRECTV bundle details:

Fixed Wireless Internet is a high-speed Internet access service providing download speeds of at least 10 Mbps/1 Mbps upload speed. Available in select rural areas in the U.S. only.
Bonus Data: Eligible residential customers who sign up for Fixed Wireless Internet service on or before 10/1/18 will receive an additional 170 GB internet data allowance per month. Standard overage charges will apply once all plan/bonus data is used.
$50 Fixed Wireless Internet Offer: Pricing for residential customers only when combined with another qualifying AT&T service (residential DIRECTV or postpaid AT&T wireless plan with a minimum monthly data allowance of 1GB). Must maintain qualifying combined services to receive advertised pricing. After 12 mos., the then prevailing rate (currently $70/mo) applies unless customer calls to cancel. Req's installation of AT&T outdoor antennae and indoor residential gateway. Up to $99 installation fee applies.
Overage charges: Plan includes 170GB data allowance per month. $10 per 50GB of additional data up to a maximum of $200 per month. All data allowances, including overages, must be used in billing period in which allowance is provided.
Early Termination Fee (ETF): Up to $120 prorated ETF may apply ($10 for each month remaining on term of commitment). If service is canceled, must return residential gateway to AT&T within 21 days or pay $150 equipment non-return fee. Equipment non-return fee will be refunded if residential gateway is returned within 90 days of cancellation.
General Services Terms: Subject to Fixed Wireless Terms of Service att.com/fixedwirelessterms). Services are not for resale. Credit approval, other charges & deposit (or Advanced Payment) may apply.
Other monthly charges: May include taxes, federal & state universal service charges, Regulatory Cost Recovery Charge (up to $1.25), gross receipts surcharge, Administrative Fee & other government assessments, which are not government required charges. See att.com/additionalcharges for details on fees & restrictions.
Pricing, promotions & terms subject to change & may be modified or terminated at any time without notice. Coverage & service not available everywhere. Other restrictions apply & may result in service termination. For more information about Fixed Wireless Internet, go to att.com/broadbandinfo.

$85 Fixed Wireless Internet & DIRECTV bundle details:
SELECTSM ALL INCLUDED PACKAGE: Ends 8/31/18. Available only in the U.S. (excludes Puerto Rico and U.S.V.I.). 1st & 2nd year Pricing: $35/mo for first 12 mos. only. After 12 mos. or loss of eligibility, then prevailing rate applies (currently $78/mo), unless cancelled or changed prior to end of the promo period.
Pricing subject to change. $5/mo. discount: Must enroll in autopay & paperless bill within 30 days of TV activation to receive bill credit starting in 1-3 bill cycles. First time credit will include all credits earned since meeting offer requirements. Must maintain autopay/paperless bill and valid email address to continue credits. No credits in 2nd year for autopay/paperless bill.
Includes: monthly service & equipment fees for one Genie HD DVR, and standard pro installation.
Exclusions: Price excludes applicable use tax expense surcharge on retail value of installation, custom installation, equipment upgrades/add-ons (min. $99 one-time & $7/mo. monthly fees for each extra receiver/DIRECTV Ready TV/Device), and certain other add'l fees & charges.
DIRECTV Service terms: Subject to equipment lease and customer agreements. Must maintain a minimum base TV package of $29.99 per month. Programming, pricing, terms, and conditions are subject to change at any time. Go to www.directv.com/legal or call for details.
Offers may not be combined with other promotional offers on the same services and may be modified or discontinued at any time without notice. Other conditions apply to all offers.


https://www.att.com/internet/fixed-wireless.html
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Might be an option for some... with a cap, but cheaper than Unlimitedville. More expensive than the tablet plan in a hotspot.
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I wish I could get this. No internet at my house (live in the country). We use our cell phone hot spot lol. I refuse to buy Hughes net ot viasat
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why would anyone need this? cable is cheaper and faster
Uhh, because there isn't cable in the country. Good info OP, thanks for sharing.
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This should technically be available anywhere you can get an AT&T signal. But of course its not. My house has good signal too and its rural.

Good thing I have two car connected unlimited lines for $20 each a month... LOL

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how do you guys make a living? you can't all be farmers lol, I always wondered how country folks make a living. it's a dream of mine to get away from the city
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The double data was enough to get me to sign up. Thanks.

I live in the FL panhandle. I currently have 3mbit dsl AND Verizon LTE installed (15gb monthly cap).

To the guy asking what we do for a living, I pull teeth, how do think we country folk get all those stereotypes...see think outside the box.
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Even on my BSL it's 300 gigabytes per month
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Darn, not available for me. Got my hopes up! At my lake house the only options are satellite internet with low data caps, or DSL that maxes at 10 Mbps for over $100/month.
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Darn, not available for me. Got my hopes up! At my lake house the only options are satellite internet with low data caps, or DSL that maxes at 10 Mbps for over $100/month.
Call and threaten to cancel...ATT keeps trying to up my bill to 70 something for 3mbit...I call and threaten and they are quite happy with 40 flat...still a rip off.
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This is merely a post to help those who, like myself, live in rural areas that have limited options for internet service.
I live in an urban area and my only choice is Cox. I called AT&T a couple months ago (thinking they had hard lines in my area but it turns out they didn't) to see what they could do and they offered me this type of service (they have great cell coverage in my area) but wanted to charge me $85/month and wouldn't guarantee the download speed and capped it at 5GB/month, so this is a nice option... which of course isn't available to me Mad
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