There will be a day when low-tier broadband will plummet in price, and be, say, $10/mo. Oh wait…that day is here. Apparently, as part of the purchase of Bell South Corp, AT&T had to enter into an agreement with the FCC that it would provide super-cheap broadband for its customers. While this DSL is their lowest tier of service (768kbps down/128kbps up), it still undercuts conventional broadband costs significantly. However, there is a downside. The agreement with the FCC is for two and a half years only, so don’t expect it to be around much longer than that. Make the jump to find out if its available in your area.