Our Commitment to Access & Equity
Technology and learning go hand-in-hand. Unfortunately, not everyone has access to the internet at home, which makes it hard for students to do homework, learn at their own pace, and for families to stay informed and connect with teachers.
As part of the company’s continued efforts to help bridge the digital divide, Access from AT&T provides low-cost internet service with plans up to $30/mo. and speeds up to 100 Mbps1 for qualified households. There is NO annual contract, NO deposit, NO installation fee, NO equipment fee and includes in-home Wi-Fi access and unlimited internet data on select plans2.
Eligible customers can get free home internet if they apply their benefit from the new federal Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) to an Access from AT&T plan. The Affordable Connectivity program (ACP) is a federal government program which provides a benefit of up to $30 per month (or up to $75 per month on qualifying Tribal lands).
These efforts are part of AT&T’s 3-year $2 billion commitment to help bridge the digital divide through low-cost broadband offers, participation in the ACP and charitable contributions through the AT&T Connected Learning program.
1 Internet speed claims represent maximum network service capabilities and based on wired connection to gateway. Actual customer speeds may vary based on number of factors and are not guaranteed. For more info, go to www.att.com/speed101.
2 12M-100M plans only.