AT&T said it now has its 24 Mbps Max Turbo broadband tier available in all 120 of its U-verse TV markets. The company began providing the tier in Austin, San Antonio, and St. Louis in December.
AT&T is charging residential customers $65 a month for the tier when taken in a bundle with AT&T U-verse TV. AT&T U-verse High Speed Internet Max Turbo is available to eligible small business customers for $95 a month.
U-verse Internet customers continue to have free access to AT&T’s national Wi-Fi network.
AT&T claims17.3 million broadband subscribers, of which 2.1 million are U-verse broadband connections, as of the fourth quarter of 2009.
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