AT&T Brings Back Its Unlimited Data Plan But Only for DIRECTV and U-Verse TV Customers

AT&T Brings Back Its Unlimited Data Plan But Only for DIRECTV and U-Verse TV Customers

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AT&T has announced a new unlimited wireless data plan but only for wireless customers that also subscribe to its DIRECTV or U-Verse TV services.

The new AT&T Unlimited Plan includes unlimited data and unlimited talk and text. Customers can get the AT&T Unlimited Plan on a smartphone for $100 per month. Additional smartphones are $40 per month each, and a fourth smartphone can be added at no additional cost.*

For current TV subscribers who don't have AT&T wireless, the company is offering a limited time credit of up to $500 when you switch to the AT&T Unlimited Plan with an eligible trade-in, and purchase of a smartphone on AT&T Next. If you are an AT&T wireless customer, but not a DIRECTV subscriber, you can add a TV package beginning at $19.99 per month for 12 months, with a 24 month agreement. If you combine your bills you’ll save an additional $10 a month.

“Our new unlimited plan is our best offer yet. It’s the perfect reward for our valued customers who like to take advantage of our integrated offers of TV and wireless services,” said Ralph de la Vega, CEO of AT&T Mobile and Business Solutions. “Video traffic continues to grow on our network as fast as ever because people enjoy viewing their favorite video content on their favorite devices.”

Check out the chart below to see charges for adding additional devices to the Unlimited Plan. The Unlimited Plan beomes available starting tomorrow.

AT&T Brings Back Its Unlimited Data Plan But Only for DIRECTV and U-Verse TV Customers

laz305 - January 13, 2016 at 3:33am
Let us remember that Unlimited Data Plan was $20 & $30 before. Now it's gonna be $100? WTF????? You're smoking crack if you agree with that math.
2321 - January 12, 2016 at 7:54pm
It's funny how people assume other people's lives are exactly like theirs or try to shove their lives/habits onto others. There's people and then there's all these different lives going at different paces. So what if it's 2gb or 500gb. Different people different strokes.
GM - January 12, 2016 at 1:08pm
If you think 22gb is too little to then be throttled, maybe you need to reevaluate your life and have way too much time on your hands. I think I use my data a lot and more than I should sometimes and don't come close to 15GB/month with 2 people. I also just dropped the overall cost of my plan by 25.00 where I was paying for the 15GB/month plan because 6gb was sometimes tight.
Dan - January 12, 2016 at 3:51pm
I use over 100gb every month for mostly business purposes so 22gb is drop in the bucket for me. Nothing to reevaluate - business viber, business voxer, business trips data for streaming and researching, messaging all that takes data that I must have.
Why - January 12, 2016 at 3:11am
I don't see what the fuss is 22gb is more then enough
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