I think you are basing this on outdated information. Depending on where you live http://www.att.com/a...igapowercities/, if you can get the new Uverse with GigaPower, I don't think you would have those limitations. And you get speeds up to 300 Mbps now for $70/mo and upgraded for free to 1 Gbps later this year, sounds good to me. http://www.att.com/s...bid=nn79y86WJb5
If you consider a live person on the phone yesterday and the information on their website "outdated information" then sure.
http://www.att.com/shop/internet.html Then go to the FAQ's at the bottom and select "How many wireless devices can be connected at the same time?" and you'll see " You can connect up to 10 devices total with any combination of wired or wireless devices, for example, 4 wired plus 6 wireless devices, 2 wired plus 8 wireless, etc."
There's no "GigaPower" listed on their site.