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Press Release -- April 11th, 2016
Source: AT&T

New AT&T Plans Guarantee Pricing for 2 Years; Customers Can Save More Than 40% on TV, Home Internet and Voice

Starting Thursday, AT&T1 is rolling out new, two-year guaranteed pricing for new DIRECTV®, home Internet and digital home phone customers. When you combine any of these AT&T services with a new DIRECTV subscription, we’re locking your price in for two years, and customers can save more than 40% on these combined.


You’ll get our DIRECTV SELECT™ All Included package for $50 a month, guaranteed for two years when you add it to an eligible new or existing AT&T service, like wireless or home Internet. The monthly equipment fees for up to four TV receivers are now built into the cost and guaranteed for two years. Taxes are still separate, since those vary based on where you live.

Add in High-Speed Internet and Voice

When you have DIRECTV you can add home Internet service with speeds up to 6 megabits per second2 for an additional $30 a month. And you’ll get a Wi-Fi gateway included at no extra charge. All guaranteed for two years. Also, when you pay for both services on a single bill you’ll automatically receive unlimited home Internet data – a value worth $30 a month.

We’re also dropping the price of our home voice service for two years to $9.99 per month when you purchase it along with two other services, such as TV, broadband or wireless. Our home voice service lets you make unlimited calls in the United States, and wireline to wireline calls to Canada and Mexico.

“Our customers want all-included pricing and guaranteed savings. We’re committed to delivering a better experience for our customers by making our services better together,” said David Christopher, chief marketing officer, AT&T Entertainment Group.

1 AT&T products and services are provided or offered by subsidiaries and affiliates of AT&T Inc. under the AT&T brand and not by AT&T Inc.

2 Actual speeds are not guaranteed and vary based on factors including site traffic, content provider server capacity, internal network management factors, device capabilities. For more info, go to

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