Bucking trends of lowering DSL pricing, AT&T will add $5 to the cost of most of their DSL tiers. The price change takes AT&T’s lowest DSL tier from $14.99/month to $19.99 month for a 768K download service. Their highest tier, which offers 6 Mbps will remain unchanged at $34.99/month. The changes do not impact the recently acquired BellSouth territory. AT&T still offers a “naked” DSL offer of $10/month, but it’s only available via their website and not heavily promoted. The $10 option is only a result of a FCC mandate, resulting from approval of AT&T’s acquisition of BellSouth.
Check out details in this Chicago Tribune article.