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AT&T will now include free access to HBO if you are on their Unlimited Plus data plan for both new and current subscribers.

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AT&T Unlimited Plus customers will benefit from HBO included in their wireless plan as follows:

If you currently subscribe to HBO through an AT&T video service – DIRECTV, DIRECTV NOW or U-verse TV – HBO will now be included for no additional charge.
If you subscribe to an AT&T video service but not HBO, you'll automatically receive access to the premium HBO channels as part of your wireless plan.
If you don't subscribe to an AT&T video service, you can access your HBO content through the DIRECTV NOW and HBO Go apps.
http://about.att.com/story/unlimi...n_hbo.html
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ATT still has the worst plan of them all.
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ATT still has the worst plan of them all.
care to explain a little? we got 4 lines on T-Mobile with unlimited data for $153 including taxes. no throttle and 10 gb hotspot per line. stayed because got free upgrade to s7 edge. thinking about switching because the additional $25 off directv on top of everything
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care to explain a little? we got 4 lines on T-Mobile with unlimited data for $153 including taxes. no throttle and 10 gb hotspot per line. stayed because got free upgrade to s7 edge. thinking about switching because the additional $25 off directv on top of everything
ATT's unlimited plan is capped at 3MBPs. Also I myself am also on tmobile. I switched to cricket (uses ATT towers) for a little bit and noticed my signal was just as bad in certain areas where tmobile was so I came back to tmobile. ATT's plan is honestly just ridiculous. if you want unlimited, go tmobile or verizon.
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ATT's unlimited plan is capped at 3MBPs. Also I myself am also on tmobile. I switched to cricket (uses ATT towers) for a little bit and noticed my signal was just as bad in certain areas where tmobile was so I came back to tmobile. ATT's plan is honestly just ridiculous. if you want unlimited, go tmobile or verizon.
they have 2 unlimited plans, you are taking about lower tier
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they have 2 unlimited plans, you are taking about lower tier
oops you're right. regardless I'm paying $141 for 4 lines while att is 185 plus taxes and fees. of course your get the $25 off directv perk, but it's still way too much.
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oops you're right. regardless I'm paying $141 for 4 lines while att is 185 plus taxes and fees. of course your get the $25 off directv perk, but it's still way too much.
the most unusable LTE network is Sprint (almost everywhere except central US states). In SF Bay Area their full reception LTE speeds maxes out around 15-20mbps (that is only if you are next to the tower). Also most of the time it is only 1-2 bars of LTE and that barely gets you over 1mbps most of the time. The quality is just horrendous, once it drops to 3G you have to pray that you could even load a webpage. I have all top 3 carriers ATT, T-Mobile and Verizon. I travel for work alot so my boss needs to stay in contact with me and he fits the bill lol.
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Just talked through their chat with ATT, they discontinued FAN discount on any Unlimited Plan.
And their paperless/autopay $10 discount need to setup with Checking account.
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For those that are interested, AT&T Unlimited Plus subscribers will not have HBO included. Please note, this is for unlimited PLUS subscribers.

http://about.att.com/story/unlimi...n_hbo.html
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FYI this has been reposted several times
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FYI this has been reposted several times
oh weird, thanks. did a search for the major keywords. oh well.
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Just talked through their chat with ATT, they discontinued FAN discount on any Unlimited Plan.
And their paperless/autopay $10 discount need to setup with Checking account.
Oh this is good to know. They won't quote my FAN discount when I check out the Unlimited plans so I've stuck with my data share plan. Plus I can't link my FAN to my U-Verse/DirecTV account because it's FAN.
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the most unusable LTE network is Sprint (almost everywhere except central US states). In SF Bay Area their full reception LTE speeds maxes out around 15-20mbps (that is only if you are next to the tower). Also most of the time it is only 1-2 bars of LTE and that barely gets you over 1mbps most of the time. The quality is just horrendous, once it drops to 3G you have to pray that you could even load a webpage. I have all top 3 carriers ATT, T-Mobile and Verizon. I travel for work alot so my boss needs to stay in contact with me and he fits the bill lol.
I have all 4 in my household. Although Verizon seems overall a little faster than sprint, there are areas where sprint is faster. I have not noticed AT&T being faster than Tmobile, partly because AT&T is more congested and won't get full speeds at peak times. I also travel a lot, and I keep my Verizon as backup, but my go to line is my Sprint. It all depends on your area and your equipment. When you tried sprint it may have been a while back and your phone probably was slow
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the only time I've heard of Sprint being good was when it was the one guy still using a WiMax phone at a major league baseball game a few years ago. All other bands were congested and he basically had a private network band.
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