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I have heard that AT&T is offering a new internet + landline package that has higher speeds and free calling all over Mexico and to the USA & Canada. Has anyone tried it at this point and does it deliver higher speeds?

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ATT doesn't offer landline packages at the moment in Mexico. They would first need to invest in infrastructure to can offer that. But they didn't even start doing that in the big cities yet. So lakeside is even much more time away. You'll have a higher chance an other company like axtel or totalplay will arrive first to lakeside before att with landlines.

The only thing att offer here in Mexico are mobile phone services with free calling to Mexico, USA and Canada just like Telcel and other companies with some limited internet data.

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AT&T bought Iusacell in 2015 and were the first to offer free Mexico. USA and Canada calling. Telcel and the other companies just followed along.

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6 hours ago, dave0415 said:

AT&T bought Iusacell in 2015 and were the first to offer free Mexico. USA and Canada calling. Telcel and the other companies just followed along.

I didn't say one or another company was first, i don't care about who was first. I was just saying all the companies are offering this.
But the question was if they offer it by landline and that is still a no.

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