It’s hardly been a few days since Verizon and T-Mobile announced their unlimited data packages, AT&T has come up with its own offer to counter those of its great rivals in telecom business effectively making all three major US mobile networks among the handful of global network providers with unlimited data packages for across different categories. How does AT&T offers stack up against Verizon’s package? Let’s examine.
Starting today AT&T is starting its very own unlimited data packages for customers on postpaid plans. This unlimited data package if nothing new as far as AT&T is concerned, the company was already offering unlimited data packages to DirectTV and U-Verse customers. However, from today onward, AT&T users no longer need to be using DirectTV or U-Verse to be able to get unlimited data packages. This move will surely bring lot more users to the service.
AT&T Unlimited Data Packages Details
Just like on the unlimited plans being offered by Verizon and T-Mobile, AT&T unlimited data plan also brings unlimited calls, texts, and unlimited data for up to four devices for anyone who opts for it. The AT&T unlimited data plan starts from $180 which you can use on four devices at a time. You also get $40 credit for fourth smartphone line connection. The Single line connection will cost you $100.
With AT&T unlimited data plan, users can take advantage of unlimited calls feature from the US to Canada and Mexico. Unlimited text part of the package allows users to send messages to the residents of over 180 countries across the globe. Those living in Canada and Mexico can send and receive unlimited text and calls without having to worry about the roaming charges on AT&T unlimited data plan.
“We’re offering unlimited entertainment on the nation’s best data network where and when you want to enjoy more of what you love,” said David Christopher, Chief Marketing Officer of the AT&T Entertainment Group.
Another great feature of this unlimited plan is it lets users download movies, videos, music and other content for no extra charges in exchange for a flat fee as long as users are the residents of the US, terms and conditions apply.
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