If you live in a big city or are in a small city, you may be able to get high-speed internet for a reasonable price.
But if you’re in a rural area, you’re out of luck.
A number of internet providers have begun offering speeds up to 5 megabits per second (Mbps) or more in the US.
These speeds are offered to customers who sign up for an AT&T internet plan that starts at $100 a month.
These plans offer unlimited data and unlimited voice service.
In the US, there are three tiers of AT&ts internet service: $50, $80 and $100.
AT&t customers can get speeds up from 4 Mbps to 25 Mbps, or even 100 Mbps, for $10 a month or $150 a year.
But these speeds aren’t as fast as the 5 Mbps speeds offered by the internet giants.
A study conducted by the University of Minnesota found that the average internet speed of a person in rural Minnesota was about 25 Mbps.
That means you could get about five times as much data in an hour as in a typical home.
That’s a lot more data than many people in cities are used to getting.
To be fair, the average speed of 5 Mbps is quite good, and it’s a good deal compared to other internet providers.
But for many rural people, getting the fastest internet speeds is going to be a challenge.
In rural Minnesota, you can get around 15 Mbps for about $35 a month, but it doesn’t come cheap.
“A lot of rural areas don’t have broadband access,” said Mike Coyle, director of the Rural Internet Project at the University the Institute for Local Self-Reliance.
“They don’t get access to the fiber that’s used in the internet infrastructure.”
While rural internet providers are offering 5 Mbps internet speeds, many of these ISPs aren’t offering unlimited data or voice service, and they are only offering a limited number of data plans.
There’s a big difference between offering 5Mbps internet and offering unlimited internet.
And there’s a reason for this.
The cost of an internet connection can vary wildly from state to state.
Some rural internet companies charge a monthly fee for data, while others offer no data or no internet at all.
The average price for internet is about $5 a month in rural areas, according to a study conducted in 2013 by the nonprofit group Access Now.
In urban areas, the cost can be higher.
For example, Verizon offers $40 a month for 100 gigabytes of data for the first 10 gigabytes, but offers a $5 discount for customers with a 3 gigabyte cap.
The price difference between a 5 Mbps and a 5Mbps plan is actually quite small.
But the difference between an unlimited internet plan and an unlimited voice plan is massive.
For example, the US has about 2.3 billion people and more than 70 million households.
So, if you are a small-business owner, you’d likely need at least a 100 GB data plan for your internet service.
That would leave you with about 20GB of data.
If you have 10,000 people, you would need 20,000 GB of data per person.
If all of your customers had 100 GB of internet access, your overall data usage would be about 2,000 megabytes per month.
To get around this problem, AT&ting offers unlimited internet for $100 for a month on its phone plan, $200 for a data plan, or $300 for an unlimited plan.
But it offers unlimited voice for $50 a month and unlimited data for $80 a month at the same time.
This offers about 4 GB of unlimited data per month, or more than two times as many gigabytes as an unlimited phone plan.
But what about the other data plans?
Verizon offers a data package called Verizon Plus that offers unlimited talk, text and data for up to $70 a month if you have at least 1 GB of high-capacity data.
It’s good for a small business owner.
But that $70 is only for a single customer.
And it doesn of course limit the amount of data you can use at one time.
You could also get an unlimited data plan on the carrier’s website, which gives you unlimited talk and text for up the amount that you’ve paid for the plan.
However, the data plan is not unlimited, so you’ll need to sign up a new account each month to use it.
The US Federal Communications Commission has said that it plans to start allowing companies like AT&ter and Verizon to offer unlimited internet service in the coming years.
But this will be up to individual carriers to decide.”AT&t and Verizon are providing high-quality internet service to customers across the country,” FCC Chair Tom Wheeler said in a statement.
“This plan offers the best broadband available in the country, and the FCC is committed to