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AT&T FIBER®

Get ready for our faster internet

Enjoy the best internet experience we have to offer:

  • 25x faster upload speeds then cable1
  • Unlimited data included
  • More bandwidth than cable2
  • Consistently fast speed, even at peak times3

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Even more features—now included with all plans

  • AT&T Internet Security

    24/7 proactive security that helps stop threats before they get to you.

    AT&T fiber subscribers only. Guards against known threats only; compatible gateway and Smart Home Manager app required; security features must be enabled.
    See all AT&T Internet Security features
  • Breakthrough Wi-Fi® equipment

    Our latest Wi-Fi Gateway delivers the fastest and most reliable connectivity in your entire home.

    Optimal performance requires Wi-Fi 6 enabled devices. Whole-home Wi-Fi connectivity may require AT&T Smart Wi-Fi Extender(s) sold separately. 

Frequently asked questions

  • Why is AT&T doing construction in my neighborhood?
    Our crews are working hard to upgrade your neighborhood to a 100% fiber optic network that delivers superfast internet speeds up to 1000Mbps.
  • What is AT&T Fiber?
    AT&T Fiber is the technology and network that powers the fastest internet plans that AT&T offers. Internet powered by fiber uses cutting edge, 100% fiber technology. Light waves transmit data, and fiber optic cable can send higher volumes of information over longer distances than copper cable. This means customers on a fiber network have higher speeds available to them.
  • How is AT&T Fiber better than cable?

    Traditional copper internet infrastructure is often shared between multiple houses, which means that your neighbors’ usage can sometimes impact your own internet performance. Fiber optic internet will perform the same no matter what usage rates are in your area.

    Fiber optic cables send higher volumes of information over much longer distances than the current copper cables you’re probably used to. This allows for the data that makes up your favorite websites, streamed videos, and online games to travel to your devices at superfast speeds on a reliable connection.

    You can read more about fiber here.