AT&T offers high speed Internet to low-income households

AT&T data plans
American telecom network operator AT&T will be offering high speed and affordable Internet to low-income households.

To help bridge the digital divide in the U.S., AT&T will be pricing $10 a month for Internet speeds at 10Mbps and 5Mbps and $5 a month for 3Mbps. AT&T will waive installation and Internet equipment fees for participating households. There will be additional taxes and fees.

Access from AT&T is available to households with at least one resident participating in the U.S. Department of Agriculture Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or SNAP, and located within the 21 states where it offers home Internet service.

Cheryl Choy, vice president wired voice and broadband products, AT&T, said: “Access from AT&T is an affordable Internet option available to millions of Americans with limited budgets.”

Access from AT&T is a low-cost broadband program that will be available till April 2020.