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Deal Alert: AT&T Is Offering 50 Mbps Internet For $40 a Month Plus a $50 Gift Card

I am a huge fan of shopping around for internet. I often switch back and forth between cable and DSL to find the best possible deal for my home.

Right now AT&T has a great deal for new subscribers. It is offering speeds up to 50 Mbps down for just $40 a month plus a $50 gift card to new subscribers. (In short get a free month of Internet.)

I often find the worst Internet deal is when you want to downgrade from a bundle to just Internet. I find the Internet deals they offer to current customers looking to downgrade are often high compared to what new customers would get.

So, as always, I suggest you switch to a different provider. Most areas have at least cable and DSL. (I know not all areas.) Switching between them will help you save a ton on your monthly Internet bill. So next time your bill goes up, and they won’t lower it, look at switching to something like this deal from AT&T.

Legal Details:

Plus taxes. 12 mo agmt req’d. Incl 1TB data/mo. $10 chrg for each add’l 50GB (up to $100/mo)†. Limited availability in select areas. May not be available in your area. Claim based on AT&T Internet service. Redemption req’d.

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  • Brad R

    Switching between providers, do you have to pay any install or fees once you have been with them before? When we got AT&T, you had the install fee and some other stuff then started paying the into $50/month. If you go to TWC or Charter, etc, do you get the same fees or is it straight forward?

  • Devin Serpa

    “1TB data/mo” so not for cord cutters then?

    • Dale T

      This is why I switched to No way will I run a 1TB data cap. We currently avg 750gb/month and I only see it growing with time.

  • Carl DeVaughn

    Don’t forget that they don’t allow you to use your own modem. So, add another $10 for that. Plus, the data cap, and it’s a bad deal.