What kind of internet is AT&T?
AT&T offers DSL (digital subscriber line) and fiber-optic internet service in 22 states. The majority of AT&T’s internet coverage is DSL, with a smaller fiber footprint that reaches only a few urban and suburban areas during AT&T’s build-out of the service.
AT&T also offers fixed wireless internet in some rural areas that aren’t serviced by DSL or fiber.
Are AT&T TV, AT&T TV NOW, and AT&T WatchTV different?
They’re titled similarly, but AT&T’s streaming TV services aren’t exactly the same.
AT&T TV is a livestreaming service that comes with its own streaming device, beefy channel lineups that mostly mirror DIRECTV’s, and a two-year contract.
AT&T TV NOW (which replaced DIRECTV NOW) is a standalone livestreaming TV app that can work independent of AT&T internet service. It’s also more expensive than AT&T TV and features fewer channels, but it doesn’t come with an annual contract.
AT&T WatchTV is a mobile-focused “skinny” TV service that gives you 35 channels for $15 a month with no annual contract.
AT&T’s other streaming TV service, U-verse, stopped accepting new subscribers in April 2020.
Are all AT&T phone plans wireless?
AT&T’s Home Phone service, which can be bundled with its internet and TV services, is a digital VoIP landline service separate from AT&T Wireless.