AT&T Unlimited Data Plan Is Back, But…
Unlimited data plans are tempting, aren’t they? Even if this is the case, leading telecom carriers have either discontinued these plans or increased their prices. Then the AT&T unlimited data plan has been brought back. Why? What’s the reason? Is there’s a catch?Advertisement
AT&T unlimited data plan is a limited-time offer valid only for customers who subscribe to the carrier’s U-Verse TV or DirecTV services. The offer begins on Tuesday. When AT&T was offering the unlimited data plan earlier, some people were complaining about the speed. Customers believed that the speed is not up to the mark. But AT&T has said that the speed of the connection depends on the user’s location and his/her usage. Once you exceed a certain data limit, the speed goes down.
AT&T unlimited data plan: cost
The cost of monthly AT&T unlimited data plan is $60, then an additional $40 per line. This means one line costs you $100. But remember, this new unlimited plan is only for DirecTV/U-Verse TV service subscribers. So, you are not done with the $100. DirecTV subscriptions start at $19.99. Here comes the good news. Get one bill for your TV and data for a discount of $10.
As mentioned above, AT&T is running the offer for a limited time. But once you are a customer of AT&T unlimited data plan, you get this plan for life. If you are a heavy user of wireless data, and you prefer a paid TV service, this is a pretty good deal for you.
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