AT&T Unlimited Data for All!

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Great news for those on AT&T and for the consumers, competition is awesome. As for me I'll be sticking with T-Mobile. Better prices and awesome speeds and coverage for where I am and go
 

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Great news for those on AT&T and for the consumers, competition is awesome. As for me I'll be sticking with T-Mobile. Better prices and awesome speeds and coverage for where I am and go

Yeah I have been on T-Mobile for the past .. 2 years or so (IIRC) but will be going to VZW tomorrow. The deal for free phones work for my situation (so does the monthly price) and of course unlimited.
 

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Yeah I have been on T-Mobile for the past .. 2 years or so (IIRC) but will be going to VZW tomorrow. The deal for free phones work for my situation (so does the monthly price) and of course unlimited.
I hear ya, lots of options now which is a good thing. I still have the unlimited everything deal simple choice, 2 lines for a hundred bucks with 10GB Hotspot and original twice a year jump so I'm good
 

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I hear ya, lots of options now which is a good thing. I still have the unlimited everything deal simple choice, 2 lines for a hundred bucks with 10GB Hotspot and original twice a year jump so I'm good

The new plan will be good for you tomorrow then from T-Mobile. Tomorrow they introduce the 10 GB hotspot and HD video for $100 -- but it includes taxes and fees... Unless it kills your JUMP.
 

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The new plan will be good for you tomorrow then from T-Mobile. Tomorrow they introduce the 10 GB hotspot and HD video for $100 -- but it includes taxes and fees... Unless it kills your JUMP.
Yeah, I'll have to look into that. If it doesn't kill my jump, I'm jumping on it.
 

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The only restriction / fail I am seeing on the AT&T unlimited plan is no tether still. All the others offer 10 GB/line -- dumb move AT&T .. dumb move.
 

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The only restriction / fail I am seeing on the AT&T unlimited plan is no tether still. All the others offer 10 GB/line -- dumb move AT&T .. dumb move.

Unlimited data for all - tethering for NONE!! This is almost making me jump ship for Verizon. Such a joke on their part. T-Mobile is useless where I am, unfortunately. It's a Verizon/AT&T world for me.
 

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Unlimited data for all - tethering for NONE!! This is almost making me jump ship for Verizon. Such a joke on their part. T-Mobile is useless where I am, unfortunately. It's a Verizon/AT&T world for me.
That's how it was for me and I do not regret it one bit. Verizon has been great.
 

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Their new plan just confirms the reason I left AT&T. Higher cost and less for the money and it even comes with lousy customer service at no additional cost.
 

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Great news for those on AT&T and for the consumers, competition is awesome. As for me I'll be sticking with T-Mobile. Better prices and awesome speeds and coverage for where I am and go

Far from it. They didn't even try.

So it costs $180 for 3 lines at AT&T and they won't credit the $40 for the forth line till you add it. FK you AT&T. I am switching to Verizon for sure now after 15 years on Saturday.

AT&T is way more expensive and they don't care about the customer obviously. Here is the breakdown.

AT&T

First line, $100.
Second line, $140
Third Line, $180,
Fourth Line, $220 till the $40 credit back in 2-3 months starts.
5th line, $220
Sixth Line, $260
No Tethering

Verizon:

First Line $80 + 20 line access minus autopay = $100
Second line, $120
Third Line, $140
Fourth Line, $160
5th line, $180
Sixth Line, $200
Tethering included
 

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Far from it. They didn't even try.

So it costs $180 for 3 lines at AT&T and they won't credit the $40 for the forth line till you add it. FK you AT&T. I am switching to Verizon for sure now after 15 years on Saturday.

AT&T is way more expensive and they don't care about the customer obviously. Here is the breakdown.

AT&T

First line, $100.
Second line, $140
Third Line, $180,
Fourth Line, $220 till the $40 credit back in 2-3 months starts.
5th line, $220
Sixth Line, $260
No Tethering

Verizon:

First Line $80 + 20 line access minus autopay = $100
Second line, $120
Third Line, $140
Fourth Line, $160
5th line, $180
Sixth Line, $200
Tethering included
Yeah, guess you just gotta research and see what plan/carrier fits your needs best. Can't believe At&t didn't even add tethering..........facepalm
 

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Looks like AT&T's plan also is including their Stream Saver which will "optimize" video to be played at 480p, but it can be disabled, but seems like it will be enabled by default.
 

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Far from it. They didn't even try.

So it costs $180 for 3 lines at AT&T and they won't credit the $40 for the forth line till you add it. FK you AT&T. I am switching to Verizon for sure now after 15 years on Saturday.

AT&T is way more expensive and they don't care about the customer obviously. Here is the breakdown.

AT&T

First line, $100.
Second line, $140
Third Line, $180,
Fourth Line, $220 till the $40 credit back in 2-3 months starts.
5th line, $220
Sixth Line, $260
No Tethering

Verizon:

First Line $80 + 20 line access minus autopay = $100
Second line, $120
Third Line, $140
Fourth Line, $160
5th line, $180
Sixth Line, $200
Tethering included

You're adding in the line fee twice -- The Verizon prices include that already so it isn't $80+$20.
 

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Far from it. They didn't even try.

So it costs $180 for 3 lines at AT&T and they won't credit the $40 for the forth line till you add it. FK you AT&T. I am switching to Verizon for sure now after 15 years on Saturday.

AT&T is way more expensive and they don't care about the customer obviously. Here is the breakdown.

AT&T

First line, $100.
Second line, $140
Third Line, $180,
Fourth Line, $220 till the $40 credit back in 2-3 months starts.
5th line, $220
Sixth Line, $260
No Tethering

Verizon:

First Line $80 + 20 line access minus autopay = $100
Second line, $120
Third Line, $140
Fourth Line, $160
5th line, $180
Sixth Line, $200
Tethering included

Your Verizon math is wrong.

First line [65 Account Access + 20 Line - 5 Autopay] = $80
Second line [110 Account Access + 20 Line 1 + 20 Line 2 - 10 Auto Pay] = $140
Third line [110 Account Access + 20 Line 1 + 20 Line 2 + 20 Line 3 - 10 Auto Pay] = $160
 

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Your Verizon math is wrong.

First line [65 Account Access + 20 Line - 5 Autopay] = $80
Second line [110 Account Access + 20 Line 1 + 20 Line 2 - 10 Auto Pay] = $140
Third line [110 Account Access + 20 Line 1 + 20 Line 2 + 20 Line 3 - 10 Auto Pay] = $160

Also-

Essentially, with the auto-pay discount, 1 line is $80 and 2 lines is 140. When you go to a 3rd line, just add 20 until you hit the 10 line max.

One caveat to consider for existing Verizon customers (not you) is that if you're switching from an older plan to this new plan with lines still on-contract, add 20 per line on contract, which ends on contract end date.

None of these prices include taxes and regulatory fees so factor that in later.
 
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