Official AT&T consumer page about unlimited data plan: https://www.att.com/shop/wireless...-plan.html
AT&T brings back unlimited data plans for its DirecTV and U-verse subscribers: $100 for a single line, $40 extra for additional smartphones or tablets.
Unlimited data will cost $100 per month for a single smartphone, and you'll be able to add additional smartphones for $40 per month each.
If you bundle four smartphones on a single plan
, you'll get a credit that makes the fourth line free
. That means you'll be paying a total of $180 per month (excluding taxes and fees) for unlimited data, talk, and text on four lines. BUT, you'll have to pay the full $220 for the first two months before the credit kicks in.
|Monthly Access Fee for Device Type|
|1st Smartphone $100 ($60 for the plan and $40 for the first line = $100)|
|Additional Smartphones (Fourth line free after bill credit) + $40|
|Tablets + $40 (or $10 for 1GB)|
|Watches + $10|
|Basic/messaging phones + $25|
|Select connected devices + $10|
Via AT&T: http://about.att.com/story/unlimi...ibers.html
If you do sync up your television service with your AT&T plan
, you'll also get another $10 off your bill monthly
, per AT&T's existing promotion.
Via AT&T: http://about.att.com/newsroom/dtv_offers.html
Keep in mind:
Adding a tablet to the unlimited plan costs $40 extra per month, compared to just $10 on a Mobile Share Value plan. But you can add a tablet for just $10 with only 1GB of data to work with, compared to full access to the entire data pool on a traditional shared plan.
If you have someone using a basic cellphone on your plan, it's probably best to avoid unlimited: adding a feature phone to the account costs $25 extra per month, compared to just $15 on the standard plans.
of data usage occurs after 22GB data threshold has been met.
If no longer eligible (cancel DirecTV or U-verse, etc), AT&T will move you to a 10GB plan (overage charge $15/GB) or may move you to your previous plan.