When I was a kid, I used to hang out at my local grocery store with my friends and relatives, watching the kids play video games and eating candy bars.
As we grew older, I would spend more time with my family, often hanging out in the kitchen, watching TV, or playing video games with my dad and brother.
After graduation, I moved to a larger city and started working in an office.
It was during this time that I started seeing more and more cable providers offering more options for consumers, so I began to look for better alternatives.
But that was before the rise of Internet video, so there was no choice but to go with the Internet to get high-speed Internet.
I eventually got to the point where I needed more than just broadband Internet and needed something to go along with it, and that was when I realized that I needed a cable company.
I started looking for cable providers with high-quality networks and the ability to deliver a better quality product, and my search led me to AT&T and Time Warner Cable.
The two companies were quickly becoming the main providers of high-end DSL Internet in my area, and by late 2014, AT&S and Time and Warner were the only providers offering DSL Internet to my area.
But there were still plenty of options for people to choose from, so we decided to take the leap and start looking for a better alternative.
And that leap turned out to be even more difficult than we had imagined.
AT&s DSL service was slow, and the cost was astronomical, but the service itself was very good.
After switching to Time Warner, the speed and quality improved and we decided we were ready to move to fiber.
So, how did we make it happen?
When we first started looking into cable alternatives, we did not realize that there were many cable companies that offered service at an even lower cost and were also offering DSL internet.
AT & T and CenturyLink both offered DSL service for less than $70 per month, but they did not have a cable network and had to connect directly to your phone.
But in 2016, AT &s DSL network began to improve, so our plan changed.
By 2017, AT is offering service at $70 for up to 10 months.
CenturyLink is now offering service for up, 25, and 50-year service contracts.
Time Warner offers unlimited Internet, for $20 a month, for both 25- and 50 year service contracts, and AT&T offers 25-year for $70.
These providers are now providing DSL service to over 60% of the population.
In 2018, AT and Centurylink launched a new program called NextGen.
The NextGen service offers a free 30-day trial of NextGen DSL for existing customers.
In 2019, AT announced that they were launching a new service called Time Warner Internet for $90 per month.
We also launched our first fiber optic service in 2019 and in 2020 we launched the fastest fiber optic Internet service to date in Virginia.
Now, with the cost of cable Internet coming down and the technology available, we can offer our customers a much more competitive Internet service.
Now that the fiber optic internet is available, AT can offer the same service for customers who are willing to pay more, or for those who are not interested in the service at all.
We hope you can see the advantages of our fiber optic plan.
And as you can probably see, we are proud to offer our new customers the choice of fiber over cable.