Customers Get What They Pay For With New Plans at AT&T 

AT&T updated their plans again and we’re here to break it down for you.

AT&T Unlimited Starter$65/month for single line or $35/line for four lines.

At first glance, this plan seems like you can have it all for a great price: unlimited calls, texts and data. So what’s the catch? AT&T can throttle you whenever the network is too congested. Plus, customers who choose this plan only get SD-quality video and there is no AT&T WatchTV included. These trade-offs are not explained in the official AT&T announcement so unless customers are savvy enough to understand, they are likely to simply fall victim to slower service.

AT&T Unlimited Extra$75/month for a single line or $40/line for four lines.

When you pay more, you get more. Customers who choose this new option get everything from the starter plan plus a 50GB pool of high-speed data before they can be throttled and 15GB of mobile hotspot data per line. Customers are still limited to SD video and there’s no AT&T WatchTV or free HBO included.

AT&T Unlimited Elite $85/month for a single line or $50/line for four lines.

AT&T calls this very pricey plan (coming soon!) “the wireless plan of the future.” In coming weeks weeks, AT&T promises a plan that includes 30GB of mobile hotspot data per line and a 100GB pool of high-speed data before AT&T slows you down. The new plan offers a free subscription to HBO and will have access to the new HBO Max streaming service when it launches in 2020.

Billshark wants to ensure that customers know what they’re getting and that they receive the best rate possible. Take advantage of our expertise and our negotiating skills by sending us your monthly bills. We’ll go over your bill thoroughly and negotiate the best price possible so you never overpay again.

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