Of course, everyone knows that SBC is a giant in the telecommunications industry and has been for a good, long while. So, why should it surprise anyone that, since they remerged with AT&T, they have taken off like a rocket in the wireless Internet business. SBC announced its plans to service California's 89 state parks in December of 2005 with Wi-Fi services; it serves several thousand McDonald's with Wi-Fi service and supplies SBC's Freedom Link Surf to Concordia University in Austin, San Antonio, Houston, and Dallas, just to name a few of its business wireless Internet customers.
In the residential wireless Internet arena, now remerged with AT&T, SBC wireless Internet can be purchased at economical rates for home networking to its residential customers. In a highly technical and wired-up world, SBC has its portion of market share in today's 21st century wireless setting.
To check out SBC wireless Internet for home networking, you can access the SBC/AT&T website online at att.sbc.com for pricing on the Pro and Elite packages offered by SBC wireless Internet services, which usually range between $25 to $35. Business wireless Internet service packages can be accessed online for perusal at the official SBC/AT&T website, as well