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AT&T Bumps Up the Price of Unlimited Plans By $5

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Jan 10, 2017, 1:12 PM   by Eric M. Zeman

AT&T has quietly increased the cost of its old unlimited plans by $5 per month. The price jump is the second in a year from AT&T. "If you have a legacy unlimited data plan, you can keep it; however, beginning in March 2017, it will increase by $5 per month," said AT&T. After the increase, the old unlimited plan will cost $40 per month. Device access fees, and talk and text services are extra. AT&T throttles its grandfathered unlimited customers once they surpass 22 GB of mobile data per month. Like Verizon Wireless, AT&T stopped offering unlimited plans years ago.

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Jan 14, 2017, 7:49 PM

Before anyone complains

I still see people to this day clinging to these plans. However I have found that maybe 95% of people would be paying LESS by switching to a offered plan. I see people paying $100+ more than what they should just to hold on to that. It's a crutch word that is costing some consumers thousands a year. For anyone that has the old unlimited plan, call your carrier and have them analyze your plan. If saving a hundred bucks a month isn't worth what you are overpaying for the word "unlimited", then I will give you my Paypal address so you can send me money you don't care about.

~Signed someone that pays $150 less per month because I wasn't using it between all my lines.
You clearly have no understanding of why people cling to these legacy plans. Where I live there is literally NO terrestrial internet available. Go six miles in any direction and you have DSL and/or cable, but there will probably NEVER be affordable ...
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