Home Internet is an important part of cord cutting for many cord cutters. Without it, accessing streaming content from services such as Amazon, Sling TV, Hulu, PlayStation Vue, and DIRECTV NOW is difficult.
Thankfully there are Internet service providers that are happy to have cord cutters as customers and even give them a special deal. One of them is TOAST.net, which is offering Cord Cutters News readers free installs on both their DSL and Fiber internet services but you have to order this week. Between now and May 31st, 2019 if you order new DSL or Fiber internet Toast.net will waive their installation fee.
To get this deal you need to use the promo code CordCutFree at checkout.
With Toast.net you can get fiber in Alabama, Arkansas, California, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Nevada, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, and Wisconsin.
If you are an AT&T Internet subscriber, you can switch to TOAST.net by starting HERE. (Just make sure to select the same speed you are paying for now.) Don’t have AT&T Internet and want to see if TOAST.net is available in your area? Click HERE.
So why pick TOAST.net over AT&T?
- No data caps
- US-based customer service on the phone and online chat
- Supports Cord Cutters News
- Does not try to sell you bundles
- Internet speeds up to 1,000 Mbps down
- Plans for both residential and business customers with no data caps
This deal is open to all Cord Cutters News readers who live in a TOAST.net market, even if you are not a AT&T customer.
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