AT&T unlimited data plan cost was released for $45
AT&T released on last Thursday that it will offer an unlimited data plan to everyone. AT&T unlimited data plan cost for $45 per 1 line if take 4 lines. The plan will cost $180 per month for four lines. AT&T following a similar promotion by Verizon earlier.
The Dallas telecom giant said Monday it will once again offer unlimited wireless data, though only for customers who also subscribe to its DirecTV or U-Verse TV services. Previously, only DirecTV subscribers were allowed to sign up for AT&T’s unlimited plan. AT&T’s unlimited data plan is back, now anyone can.
The limited-time promotion offer comes at a time when most wireless carriers have either eliminated or raised the price of unlimited data plans. Until last week, Sprint and T-Mobile, the only two carriers that still offer unlimited data to new customers, have bumped up prices. So have Verizon and AT&T, which stopped offering such plans years ago but have customers who have clung to their grandfathered buckets of unlimited data.
AT&T unlimited data plan cost
Please note like other “unlimited” plans, AT&T says it may slow down your speeds after you use 22 GB in a billing period during times of network congestion. As written before, there’s no such thing as truly unlimited data. There’s always a cap, and in some cases your speeds may be slowed down if you hit a certain limit. All four major carriers, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon and AT&T have similar policies. Still, you can use as much data as you want without being charged extra.
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