AT&T’s latest innovation, AT&T Internet Air, aims to provide small business owners continuous and reliable internet connectivity. With the quick advancement of technology, there is a greater need than ever for a smooth online presence. And finding reliable connectivity has been a constant struggle for people living in places with few broadband alternatives.
This AT&T-launched fixed wireless home internet service is not your standard home Wi-Fi. In layman’s terms, it’s Wi-Fi offered through AT&T’s robust wireless network. But what sets it apart, particularly for small business owners who operate out of their homes, is how quickly it can be set up. In a competitive market where time is money, AT&T guarantees that its customers will have a functional Wi-Fi connection in less than 15 minutes. Once established, users can count on a constant, efficient, and secure connection.
In addition to the company’s best-in-class AT&T Fiber, AT&T Internet Air is expanding its reach. The latest additions of Cleveland-Akron, Denver, Orlando/Gainesville, and Providence-New Bedford are among the new locations, including regions of Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Cincinnati, and many others.
It’s crucial for small business owners to budget. AT&T Internet Air has a straightforward pricing structure; it’s $55 a month, with no overage charges, equipment costs, or annual contracts. Additionally, AT&T offers ActiveArmorSM internet protection for increased security when conducting business online. The service qualifies for the Affordable Connectivity Program, which provides financial assistance for homes that meet the requirements.
AT&T Internet Air is an intriguing option, especially for small business owners, in the digital age where having an online presence is crucial for companies. It advances the goal of making dependable internet access widely accessible because of its simple setup, intense connection, and transparent pricing. Erin Scarborough says AT&T anticipates “providing the best connectivity solutions to customers over the coming weeks and months.”