Toast.Net Will Discontinue Low Cost Plans, Act Now to be Grandfathered

Internet service provider Toast.Net is changing its lineup of broadband service plans. As part of the update, some plans will no longer be available. These plans include the three least expensive DSL options: 12 Mbps for $43.95/month, 18 Mbps for $49.95/month, and 25 Mbps for $54.95/month; the two least expensive Fiber options: Fiber 60 for $45/month and Fiber 100 for $70/month.

It’s not too late to purchase one of these low cost plans. You can still order by Sunday, August 16 to lock in the deal. On August 17, 2020, Toast says “the 6, 12, 18, and 25 Mbps plans will be grandfathered – service will continue at the same speed and price, but no new orders.” On the Fiber page, customers will see a similar message saying “the Fiber-60 and Fiber-100 plans will be grandfathered — service will continue at the same speed and price, but no new orders.

With their high speed internet plans, Toast.Net customers receive unlimited data with no throttling and no overage fees, no required TV and phone bundles, a free wireless modem/router with a 12 month contract, and a discount on installation fees.

Toast offers high speed internet in AT&T service areas in Alabama, Arkansas, California, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Nevada, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, & Wisconsin.

Visit the Toast website to learn more.

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