AT&T's broadband goes bargain-basement

AT&T rolls out its bargain-basement deal for DSL, looking to snare new broadband users with its $10 per month subscription price.

AT&T over the weekend rolled out its bargain-basement deal for DSL, looking to snare new broadband users with its $10 per month subscription price.

The telecom giant is offering AT&T Yahoo High-Speed Internet to only new customers, which include users who have not been an AT&T Yahoo High Speed Internet, or Bell South High Speed Internet, subscriber for the past 12 months.

The offer, which requires a one-year contract, will be in place until Dec. 29, 2009, and the cost of the $49.99 DSL modem will be waived for new customers who use the rebate.

But as the Associated Press noted, finding the registration form on AT&T's Web site may be as easy as looking for the light switch in a darkened basement.

Users will need to click on the button for "Get DSL at a Dial-up Price," which is under the basic DSL $14.99 heading. From there, users will need to enter their relevant information.

 

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