1. jdawest's Avatar
    Called At&t to complain about my bill and asked if they had any cheaper plans, after looking at my account ( I have 5 lines and been with them for about 6 years) I was told that they started a new data plan in Feb. for non iphone smartphones. Unlimited data for $10 per month. Sounds too good to be true, but I told her to sign me up. She says she did, but when I do *data# it still shows me as having a 200 mb limit.
    Think she was yanking my chain or does anyone else have this deal?
    04-01-2011 01:06 AM
  2. kaefbaml's Avatar
    She yanked you dude. The cheapest plan out there right now is virgin mobile with a 25 a month unlimited plan. Your paying the correct thing. Maybe she misunderstood you. **** I use 200mb I'm like 3-4 days with just mail....

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    04-01-2011 01:18 AM
  3. Verdes8891's Avatar
    $10 for unlimited data is for their messaging and basic phones. Smart phones do not qualify for that plan.

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    04-01-2011 01:27 AM
  4. jdawest's Avatar
    I called back, got a different woman this time, she says no changes were made to my account, has no record of my last call. still paying $15 for 200 mb. Don't know what the crazy nut the first time thought she was doing.
    1 android phone, 3 iphones and 1 basic cell, 5 lines total with data plans and family messaging is over $200 per month! killing me!
    04-01-2011 01:54 PM
  5. BrittanYnStepheN's Avatar
    I wish at&t charged $10 for unlimited data id drop Verizon in a heart beat to have a better phone selection and unlimited data
    04-12-2011 03:59 PM
  6. kathywithak's Avatar
    I currently have AT&T with 5 lines and our bill comes out to be around $160 but we don't have data plans on all phones. the $10 plan she was probably referring to was the data plan they have for NON smartphone users. I wish that the days of their unlimited data were still here... I read online somewhere that they were thinking about bringing it back but keeping it a secret so that only people who asked for it could take advantage of it but when I asked, the rep said they hadn't heard anything like that. Damn the tech blogger that put that idea in my head.
    04-13-2011 04:07 PM
  7. kathywithak's Avatar
    Oh yea, just wanted to make sure youre taking advantage of the family plan text messaging, $20 unlimited text messages for everyone on the family plan. It sounds like a given but sometimes they try to screw you and not tell you these things.
    04-13-2011 04:09 PM
  8. Arktander's Avatar
    The messaging phones (non smartphones) are still able to get unlimited data for that $10. Not that it's all that useful.
    05-10-2011 01:09 AM