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AT&T Debuts Unlimited, But Really Slow, Plan

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Feb 27, 2017, 2:58 AM   by Eric M. Zeman   @phonescooper

AT&T today announced the AT&T Unlimited Choice service plan, which offers unlimited everything at reduced speeds. For example, Unlimited Choice includes maximum download speeds of just 3Mbps, with video capped at 480p standard resolution and limited to streams of 1.5Mbps. To put these speeds in perspective, AT&T's LTE network often supports speeds in excess of 50Mbps. Further, AT&T-owned Cricket Wireless offers speeds of up to 8Mbps. The 3Mbps limit on this new plan will allow for web browsing and social networking, but will likely impact app downloads and other data-intensive actions. The Unlimited Choice plan starts at $60 for a single line or $155 for four lines. AutoPay and paperless billing are required to get these prices. The AT&T Unlimited Choice plan will be available starting March 2.

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