ATT Rewards for Referrals

I just checked att.com to see if DSL were available in the somewhat rural area in which my in-laws live, and was pleasantly surprised to see that, yes, it is. ATT has a extremely attractively-priced package for new DSL customers who don’t need a lot of bandwidth. For $10 a month, you get a 768 Kbps connection. From the terms of service, it appears this rate is for the first year only and after that the price becomes $20 a month, the amount normally charged for this package.

I was further surprised to discover that ATT also offers a good referral program.

So, if you want to sign up for ATT services — like phone, internet and tv — and you don’t have a referral number, I would be most appreciative if you used mine!

ATT Referral Code: DA1010931

Just enter my code at http://www.attreferrals.com/.

Thanks!

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