Freebie Ad For AT&T’s Ten Dollars Per Month DSL

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Haven’t heard about AT&T’s bargain ten dollars per month DSL? The Consumerists theorizes this is because AT&T doesn’t want you to know about it:

As part of a concession made to the FCC in order to get its mitts on BellSouth, AT&T is required to offer basic DSL for $10 a month to its entire 22 state coverage area for a period of 2 years.

The plan provides download speeds of up to 768 kilobits per second and upload speeds of up to 128 kbps, matching AT&T’s basic plan.

If you can’t find the plan listed on the website, don’t worry. AT&T wants it that way. …

Yahoo News has more here, noting: “Another concession to the FCC is yet to come: a plan for DSL that doesn’t require local phone service. AT&T has another six months to introduce that option, which should cost at most $19.95 per month.”

You can sign up for the $10 per month deal here if you qualify.

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