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How a plan from AT&T Business Fiber can help you succeed
Maybe you own a café where customers expect be able to get on the Wi-Fi, or maybe you lead a marketing agency where employees rely on the internet to do their jobs. Whatever your business, there’s a good chance that quality internet is an important factor in your success.
Service with AT&T Business Fiber provides the type of fast internet speeds that can help businesses excel, now including speeds of up to 5 GIG2 in select areas, plus AT&T ActiveArmorSM internet security3, and more.
AT&T Fiber plans for small businesses
AT&T Business Fiber offers five separate plans for businesses. These plans offer symmetrical download and upload speeds of up to 50 Mbps, 300 Mbps, 1000 Mbps, 2 Gbps, and 5 Gbps2. They all also come with 24/7 customer support and internet security features.3 Depending on your needs, budget, and location, any of these plans might be an excellent choice for your business.
Get Hyper-gig internet speeds for business from AT&T
AT&T Business Fiber is now offering plans with Hyper-gig speeds, including Business Fiber 2 GIG and Business Fiber 5 GIG speeds.
Frequently asked questions
- Does AT&T offer any free phones for small businesses?AT&T has great deals on phones for small businesses, including some phone deals for as low as zero dollars with an eligible trade-in.4
- Does AT&T give discounts to business owners?While there is no AT&T discount specifically for business owners, there are multiple discounts and deals available to businesses. For example, you can get $250 in bill credits when you switch to an AT&T Business Unlimited plan2 and bring your own device.2
- How much does an AT&T Business Unlimited plan cost?The exact cost of your unlimited plan will depend on which plans you choose for your team. AT&T Business Unlimited Starter2, for example, costs $30 per month plus taxes and fees, for each line on a plan with five lines of service.5