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AT&T Offers Free Internet Service to Small Businesses

AT&T U-verse High Speed Internet

AT&T (NYSE: T) is offering its wired and wireless communications bundles to small businesses located in AT&T’s U-verse service areas in Missouri, allowing them to save up to $420 over the next year.

The users include those in the following markets and their surrounding areas: St. Louis, Kansas City, Cape Girardeau, Moberly, Mexico, Springfield, St. Joseph, Joplin, Kirksville, Poplar Bluff, and Hannibal.

Specifically, AT&T is offering up to 12 months of free AT&T U-verse High Speed Internet – Business Edition up to 6Mbp service to small businesses in Missouri that fall within the following categories:

  • Are new AT&T wireless business customers adding Mobile Share Value 10GB or higher plans; or
  • Are existing AT&T mobility business customers migrating to AT&T Mobile Share Value 10GB or higher plans; or
  • Are existing business customers on Mobile Share Value 10GB or higher plans.

The free AT&T U-verse High Speed Internet service includes download speeds of up to 6Mbps.

If small businesses choose AT&T U-verse download speeds faster than 6Mbps, they will be provided a monthly credit of $35 for up to12 months or up to $420 per year.

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“With this new offer we’re providing a one-two punch – best-ever value on Mobile Share Value plans, coupled with free AT&T U-verse High Speed Internet,” said John Sondag, president of AT&T Missouri.

“Our customers can enjoy significant savings and, at the same time, access key wired and wireless technologies that will help take their business to the next level.”

Today’s announcement further extends the benefits of activation on a qualified Mobile Share Value plan for small businesses, which already include unlimited talk and text in the United States for phones and other recently announced features, including unlimited international messaging (text, picture and video) from the U.S.

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