AT&T's TV and internet bundles aren't the cheapest. However, if you need AT&T and are on a budget, here's what you need to know about AT&T's cheapest internet and TV bundles.
If you want to get live TV along with AT&T internet service, DIRECTV’s ENTERTAINMENT All-Included Package + AT&T Internet 300 bundle ($99.99 a month) offers 300 Mbps plus nearly three times as many channels as AT&T TV’s ENTERTAINMENT plan has for an extra $20 a month.
With DIRECTV, you'll get basic cable channels like Big Ten Network and Disney XD, as well as premium channels like NFL SUNDAY TICKET, which you may add during the checkout process. If you have a little more money to spare—say, $5 per month—you can upgrade to DIRECTV CHOICETM All-Inclusive Package + AT&T Internet ($104.99 per month, 185+ channels) and get the current season of NFL SUNDAY TICKET for free, as well as a free year of HBO Max and three months of CINEMAX®, SHOWTIME®, and STARZ®. Just remember to cancel the premium promotions before they auto-renew, otherwise, your bill may balloon.
With AT&T Internet 300, you'll get a maximum download speed of 300 Mbps, enough for regular web browsing, online gaming, and video streaming for a small to a mid-sized household.
To stay up to date on your favorite TV shows while saving money by cord-cutting and avoiding AT&T's TV pricing rises, you could bundle AT&T Internet 300 with a streaming service like Netflix or Sling TV.
You might be able to upgrade to AT&T Internet 1000, which delivers maximum download speeds of 940 Mbps for only $60 per month for the first year, depending on AT&T's local availability. Although AT&T Internet 1000 isn't the cheapest package, it is one of the most affordable fiber internet plans we've seen.
The obligatory equipment cost charged by AT&T Internet will add $10 to your monthly payment.
Although we remain unconvinced by AT&T Internet 300's price hikes, $35 per month for 300 Mbps download speeds is still a good offer.
Regional sports games and popular networks like Comedy Central and TV Land are included in AT&T's entry-level live TV package. AT&T TV services such as cloud DVR access and the AT&T voice remote are also included. See what channels are included in each AT&T TV bundle for the streaming service in our breakdown of AT&T's TV channel list.
However, basic cable channels like Cooking Channel and Nick Jr., as well as a promotion for a free year of HBO Max, are only available on AT&T's more expensive TV bundles (CHOICE and above).
And, in what we'll call good news for the time being, AT&T is getting rid of contracts, as well as its infamous second-year pricing spikes. However, the fine print states that AT&T has the right to hike pricing at any time. So we won't get too enthusiastic until we see how frequently AT&T decides to reward itself. But at the very least, we know it won't be as difficult to go when they do.
AT&T's plans aren't the lowest because mandated price increases after a year limit how much you'll save in the long run.
The DIRECTV ENTERTAINMENT bundle or AT&T Internet 300 give the best value if you expect to stay with AT&T for a long time. You'll get a broader channel lineup with DIRECTV, while AT&T Internet 300 provides enough internet speed for a mid-sized family to handle typical web browsing, online gaming, and HD video streaming.
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