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AT&T to deliver free access to its Wi-Fi network

More than 10 million AT&T broadband subscribers will soon have free unlimited access from its nationwide Wi-Fi network. The offer delivers an annual saving of $60 for AT&T broadband customers, and an annual saving of nearly $240 compared with AT&T Wi-Fi costs for consumers who do not have an AT&T broadband plan.

The enhancement plays directly into the company’s efforts to increase the value of broadband by adding more ways for consumers to stay connected to their worlds.

The free Wi-Fi offer will be available to new and existing customers who subscribe to any of AT&T’s broadband services with downstream speeds of up to 1.5 Mbps, 3.0 Mbps, or 6.0 Mbps. Free Wi-Fi access was initially provided to the company’s higher-speed broadband customers last year.

 

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  1. Not only have I heard of this Wi-Fi feature happening through AT&T it has also been happening in other phone companies as well. I have also been hearing about Wi-Fi being spread through out an entire state.

    By Justin M on March 12, 2008 2:51 pm

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