Although Wi-Fi 1-6 standards (IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac/ax) have theoretical maximum speeds of more than ten Mbps at more than one gigabit per second, depending on which standard applies, actual Wi-Fi speeds will be significantly lower than the theoretical maximum speeds that describe physical throughput, including Wi-Fi protocol communication. The result is that the maximum you can receive should not exceed 40% to 50% of the theoretical maximum standard Wi-Fi speed and can be significantly lower depending on other applicable factors. In addition to the above factors, the actual speed you experience on Wi-Fi depends in part on the speed of the connection between the Wi-Fi network you are accessing and the destination you want to reach on the Internet, which can be much lower than the theoretical maximum speed of the service. (Just as an example, if you order AT&T Internet 100 with an expected download speed of 100 Mbps according to the AT&T Speed Tier page, even if the Wi-Fi devices in your location and the device you`re using are both capable of supporting the Wi-Fi 6 (IEEE 802.11ax) standard with a theoretical top speed of more than 1 Gbps. The theoretical maximum internet download speed when your device is connected to your home Wi-Fi network should not exceed 100 Mbps.) Static IP addresses are not used or available as part of the fixed wireless Internet service. Services such as web hosting or hosted services such as camera, game server, etc. that require a static IP address are not supported by the fixed wireless Internet. For more information about service restrictions, see Section 7.14.8. For AT&T phone service, one-time, usage-based charges, which are typically charged in the post-transaction billing cycle, include, but are not limited to, international phone number termination surcharges), carrier services, directory support (411 or 800 555 1212), call tracking, and exceeded minutes associated with defined usage minute plans (for example. B, the Telephone 200 package). Partial minutes are rounded up for user fees to the minute. If you receive Services under a signed contract or other term agreement with AT&T and it is currently in effect, its terms govern the provision of your AT&T Service.
Please refer to this document. Although the outdoor antenna and APS represent AT&T equipment for the lifetime of a fixed wireless Internet service, for all other purposes, you are considered the owner of the outdoor antenna and APS and do not need to return the outdoor antenna and APS to AT&T upon termination of your fixed wireless Internet service. In the event of termination of your service for any reason, the outdoor antenna and APS will remain where they are installed on your site, and you will be solely responsible for any future maintenance, servicing, maintenance and removal of the outdoor antenna and APS. The maintenance, maintenance, maintenance and dismantling of the outdoor antenna and APS should only be carried out by an experienced professional. You should not try to carry out such activities yourself. AT&T has no ongoing obligation, obligation or responsibility to perform any rework, service or maintenance work on the outdoor antenna and/or APS or to uninstall or remove the outdoor antenna and/or APS after the end of the service. AT&T will not be liable to you or any other person or entity associated with or arising out of the outdoor antenna and/or APS. You agree to indemnify and hold harmless AT&T and its subsidiaries, affiliates, officers, agents, licensors, employees, contractors and partners from and against any and all claims or demands made after termination of the Service arising out of or in connection with the outside office and/or APS, including, but not limited to, personal injury claims, Material damage, wear or deterioration of equipment. As noted on the Speed Level page, fixed wireless Internet customers should expect repairable speeds of 10 Mbps or higher downstream and 1 Mbps upstream.
Your customer service summary will also include an estimate of your monthly total. AT&T will repair or replace damaged AT&T equipment if AT&T deems it necessary and may charge you a fee for repairing or replacing the equipment. You understand that repairing or replacing devices may erase stored content, reset personal settings, or otherwise change the functionality of those devices. You are responsible for paying the service fee for visits by AT&T or its subcontractors to your premises if a service request is due to causes not attributable to AT&T or its subcontractors, including, but not limited to, if you are unwilling to perform the troubleshooting steps requested by AT&T. . . .