High Speed Internet


Keep your business connected to the internet with fast and highly secure access.

How can business internet benefit a small business?

Enterprise mail servers, cloud email, video conferencing, cloud storage—these are the tools that power today’s business. New features and capabilities are added all the time—making sure they address the needs of today’s users. But continuous development means that these rich web apps and SaaS platforms require more bandwidth to operate fully and seamlessly as time goes on. Internet speeds that would have been appropriate just a few years ago could now result in annoying lag, slow performance and unreliable connections for most business users.

It’s clear that today’s small businesses need a business-class internet service.

This guide will discuss:

  1. What is AT&T High Speed Internet for Business?
  2. What are the benefits of business-class internet service?
  3. How can a poor internet connection hamper business?
  4. How much does business internet cost?
 

What is AT&T High Speed Internet for Business?

AT&T High Speed Internet for Business is a cost-effective solution for providing very fast internet to a business address using multiple broadband access technologies. Starting at $40 per month, AT&T High Speed Internet for Business has plans for every size of business–small to large. With speeds up to 1,000 Mbps, employees can effectively share large data files, and participate in video conferences with customers, suppliers and partners with high reliability. AT&T High Speed Internet also provides business-level customer care and a 30-day satisfaction guarantee. In addition, AT&T High Speed Internet for Business Service Level Agreements (SLAs) provide measurements for network availability and latency, data delivery and packet loss, and installation timeframes.

What are the benefits of business-class internet service?

AT&T High Speed Internet for Business provides the speed and reliability employees need to stay connected to customers, partners and each other. With speeds up to 1,000 Mbps, employees effectively share large data files, video conference with customers, suppliers and partners with high reliability. AT&T High Speed Internet for Business includes enhanced security features such as antivirus, anti-malware and anti-spam controls as well as business-level customer care and a 30-day satisfaction guarantee. In addition, AT&T High Speed Internet for Business Service Level Agreements (SLAs) provide measurements for network availability and latency, data delivery and packet loss and installation timeframes. In addition, most business plans provide unthrottled performance and no data caps as well as static IPs—a requirement for organizations that need to host infrastructure on site—such as web, app, file or email servers.

How can a poor internet connection hamper business?

A poor internet connection can result in a loss of productivity, missed opportunities and a loss of revenue. AT&T High Speed Internet for Business mitigates these risks and keeps the business up and running.

 

How much does business internet cost?

Starting at $40 per month, AT&T High Speed Internet for Business has plans for every size of business–small to large. Customers can also bundle internet service with phone and DirecTV for extra savings. The additional reliability, business continuity, high level of security, SLA, service and support that comes with an AT&T business internet service gives small business owners the peace of mind to stop worrying about bandwidth, latency and security—allowing them to focus on running and growing their business.

The bottom line

  • Any company operating at the speed of business needs a business-class internet connection that provides the speed and reliability employees need to stay connected to customers, partners and each other.
  • Unreliable and poor internet connections hamper productivity—leading to lost opportunities and poor customer service.
  • The speed, reliability and peace of mind that comes with a business internet plan provides additional value.

Starting at $40/mo

*AT&T will provide credits if the service availability is not 100%, data delivery at 99.95%, and U.S. network round-trip latency at 37 milliseconds