Looking For Cheap Internet? Toast.net Just Cut the Price of Home Internet

Depressed mature man holding paper and looking at it while sitting on the couch at homeLooking for inexpensive home internet with unlimited data? Take a look at Toast.net.

This week Toast.net announced that they have cut the prices on many of their most popular plans. For example, they cut $23 off the monthly rate on their 75 Mbps down plan.

If you are a long-time reader, you have likely seen us talk about Toast.net. A few years ago I went looking for a service like this as a real replacement option for AT&T’s internet plans that have a data cap. After talking with the staff at Toast.net they agreed to team up with Cord Cutters News to offer a great unlimited data plan for cord cutters. So I can honestly say I was impressed with the staff I met at Toast.net.

So what is Toast.net?

Toast.net offers high speed Internet in 20 states, and it comes to you through the same AT&T internet system as it would if you went through AT&T.

So why pick Toast.net over AT&T?

  • No data caps
  • Stream all you want
  • US-based customer service on the phone and online chat
  • Supports Cord Cutters News
  • They do not try to sell you any bundles
  • Internet speeds up to 75 Mbps down
  • Plans for both residential and business customers with no data caps

The best part is if you have AT&T internet they can help you move over to Toast.net to allow you to enjoy all the streaming you could ever want.

Not an AT&T customer but want data cap-free internet? Toast.net will be happy to help you. Go to Toast.net and click the Check Availability button. Enter your address, and they will let you know if it is available in your area.

So let’s support companies who support cord cutting!

About Toast.net

Toast.net has been around since 1996 and offers DSL, mobile hotspots, dial-up internet, and cable internet in parts of Ohio and Michigan.

Toast.net DSL is available in the following states: Alabama, Arkansas, California, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Nevada, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, and Wisconsin.

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