If you’re on AT&T and feeling left out with all of this Verizon unlimited talk, we’ve got good news for you. Starting tomorrow February 17th AT&T is expanding access to their unlimited plan by removing previous prerequisites of a DirecTV or U-verse TV subscription.
Starting tomorrow, AT&T Unlimited is will be available to all postpaid consumer and business customers, as well as allowing all business customers to take advantage of their business discount.
Sadly, this starts at $100 per month for an individual plan, with each additional line costing $40 extra. The best deal is for a family plan with 4 lines where the monthly total will be $180 per month. This is after the first two months where you will pay $220 after which a $40 credit is applied.
AT&T Unlimited allows you to make unlimited calls from the U.S. to Canada and Mexico, and send unlimited texts to over 120 countries, along with 22GB of unthrottled data in the US, Mexico, and Canada per month with no roaming charges. Afterwards your data can be slowed to deal with network congestion, but it won’t be slowed all the time. AT&T’s unlimited plan also includes their Stream Saver service that plays HD video in 480p quality to save data. If you happen to not be a fan of this feature, it’s good to know it can be enabled or disabled at any time.