AT&T rolls out $10 Broadband Internet service

AT&T will start selling $10-per-month broadband Internet Saturday, a pledge the company made when it bought competitor BellSouth’s holdings in Tennessee and other states.

AT&T was approaching the end of a six-month deadline to offer the $10 Internet connection. “That would be attractive to any casual user,” said Jerry Dunlap, the president and chief executive officer of Internet service provider ISDN-NET, a competitor to AT&T. “It may certainly give people an alternative to cable.”

Check the AT&T website to see if that price is available to you. But, before you decide, compare the speed of the $10 service verses the regular or upgraded service.

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