Earlier in 2013, similar to the deals reached with both Verizon and Comcast, Netflix has agreed to a paid, peering deal with T AT& that may supply faster streaming speeds for Netflix customers. While the details of the contact weren’t released, it’s likely that Netflix paid an amount of cash to AT&T that’s just like preceding handles other providers. AT&T is finally beginning to raise rates by late July, while the details of the deal were solidified during May 2014. Supposing the elevated rates work very well, Netflix subscribers should encounter less buffering and possibly boost the image quality of movies and television programs. Read more.