Unlimited data is becoming the new norm again for wireless customers in the United States. Back at CES 2017, T-Mobile started the wave by making only one Unlimited data plan the only option, then Sprint and just last week Verizon announced the return of Unlimited data. However, starting tomorrow AT&T is expanding and is now fully offering an Unlimited Data Plan.
AT&T will give you unlimited data, talk, and text for 4(four) lines for $180 a month. However, like all the other plans there are some stipulations. Stream Saver is included here, which means AT&T will lower the resolution to save your data when this feature is turned on. After 22GB of data per line, if the network becomes congested your connection might get throttled or as they call it, prioritized.This $180 price per month includes a credit for the fourth line that comes in at $40. Until that credit kicks in, which e
This $180 price per month includes a credit for the fourth line that comes in at $40. Until that credit kicks in, which will be for two bills, the price for this plan is $220 a month. While it is nice to see AT&T expand it’s Unlimited plan offerings, it would be nice if they had some more competitive features to take on T-Mobile and Verizon.