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FIVE WAYS FIBER IS BETTER

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FIVE WAYS FIBER IS BETTER

by Robbie Imes, 5 min read


At home, there's always a device vying for your internet's bandwidth. Whether it's a connected smart home device, a streaming video service or a marathon gaming session, the best connection available is important to keep your daily life moving.

Stronger internet can create a more efficient home. Connection that amplifies reliability and speed has the ability to offer you and your family a web experience that takes both business and leisure to the next level.

When you get AT&T FiberSM that next level can be yours. With several speed options to fit your needs, you get the benefits of high-speed, higher-bandwidth internet that you and your whole family can enjoy. Maximizing work and play is easy.

Here, we recap five reasons why AT&T Fiber can offer affordable internet that supports the features that matter most in your home:


Fiber is Great

1. Wi-Fi 6

Wi-Fi 6 is the next generation in wireless internet. It's the wireless we know, but better. With a focus on improved performance in congested areas, you'll notice the difference immediately. Fiber helps deliver an experience that emphasizes better efficiency, capacity and all-around functionality that you can appreciate. That means more stable and reliable internet for even the most high-bandwidth activities and devices.

 

2. Virtual Connections

Video has become the No. 1 way we interact with our co-workers and family members alike. With all the meetings and gatherings we attend online, strong bandwidth is needed to keep video and audio clear and free. With AT&T Fiber virtual meetings, virtual learning classrooms and family get-togethers can take place with ease. The technology and networking behind Fiber makes all the difference.

 

3. Streaming Video

We've entered an age where streaming video is everywhere. Movies and television shows are often accessed directly from the comfort of our laptops and over-the-top (OTT) devices. You want a reliable connection without the hassle. AT&T Fiber consistently offers fast speeds even at peak times*, plus the benefit of no annual contract. What's more, AT&T is rated No. 1 in customer satisfaction for internet service in the north central, south and west regions by J.D. Power.** So pop the popcorn and queue up your favorite movie with Fiber for an unforgettable night of carefree streaming.

*Based on wired connection to gateway.

**AT&T/DIRECTV received the highest score in the north central, south and west regions in the J.D. Power 202 U.S Residential Internet Service Provider Satisfaction (ISP) Study of customers' satisfaction with their current internet service provider. Visit jdpower.com/awards for more details.

 

JD Power

 

4. Gaming

Online gaming is one of the most popular activities on the web, and the need for better upload and download times for gamers and creators alike has never been more top-of-mind. With graphics and interactive gaming becoming more sophisticated every day, bandwidth that supports modern gameplay is key to maintaining your winning streak. AT&T Fiber has a fast, reliable connection with ultra-low latency, and 99% reliability* means more games, more fun and a lot less worry.

Multiple-device homes in particular can benefit from AT&T Fiber as it offers the bandwidth to power multiple devices at once.** Game on!

*Reliability claim based on network availability. Consistency based on wired connection to gateway. Visit att.com/gaming/online for more details.

**Number of devices depends on screen size/resolution.

 

5. Award-Winning Premium Content

That's right. Included with the 1 GIG Internet option is the latest in headline-making content with an HBO Max.* There are so many movies and TV shows to choose from, the whole family can stay entertained for hours with an AT&T Fiber connection.

Now, HBO Max also offers the most-anticipated movies in 4K on Apple TV 4K, Amazon Fire Stick 4K, Amazon Fire TV Cube, 4K Fire TV Edition smart TVs, Chromecast UltraAT&T TV and select Android TV devices.

 

Fiber Is Better

 

* Compatible device and online account registration required for HBO Max access. Additional fees and restrictions apply. 

AT&T FiberSM – Limited availability. May not be available in your area. Call or go to att.com/getfiber to see if you qualify.
 HBO MAX:  Access HBO Max through HBO Max app on compatible device or on hbomax.com using compatible browser with your AT&T log-in credentials. New AT&T customers: visit att.com/myatt to create your account and obtain log-in credentials. Use of HBO Max is subject to its own terms and conditions, see hbomax.com/terms-of-use for details. Wireless data rates may apply for app download/usage outside the home.  If you have residential DIRECTV, AT&T TV, U-Verse TV or AT&T TV NOW, HBO channels and HBO On Demand will also be added on that TV platform. May be billed and then credited (excluding PREMIER package on AT&T TV and AT&T TV NOW) on that TV platform within 2 bills. Programming and content subj. to change and benefit may be modified, discontinued or terminated at any time without notice. Upon cancellation of eligible internet plan you may lose access to HBO Max.  Limits: Access to one HBO Max account per AT&T account holder. May not be stackable w/other offers, credits or discounts. AT&T employees and retirees are not eligible for the HBO Max Add-on. To learn more, visit att.com/hbomax. HBO Max is only accessible in the U.S. and certain U.S. territories where a high-speed broadband connection is available. Minimum 3G connection is required for viewing on mobile devices.  HBO MAX is used under license.

 

AT&T Fiber offers family fun and a smart, reliable internet connection for the busy professional. Check out the offers to see which one is best for you.


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The information included within this article is AT&T sponsored content written by Currently Media editorial contributor Robbie Imes. The statements in this article are his own and don’t reflect the positions, strategies, or opinions of AT&T.