AT&T's Unlimited plan is $50 per month.
It includes Unlimited minutes, Unlimited texts and Unlimited of data per month. You can use up to No as hotspot data.
AT&T uses the AT&T networks to provide coverage.
This plan is also deprioritized.
A deprioritized plan means you may notice temporarily slightly slower data speeds during times when the network is busy. This can include being at a sports game, stadium, concert, airport, or other crowded area where a lot of people are on their phones. When the network is no longer busy, you’ll resume getting the fastest speeds available.
Video streams at 1.5Mbps on this plan.
That's fast enough for watching videos at about 480p SD resolution.
AT&T's Unlimited plan supports:
It does not support:
You cannot add a smartwatch or tablet line to this plan.
Unlimited texting from the U.S. to 200+ countries.
International calling add-on available for $15/month.
International data add-ons available starting at $10/day.
Overall, I do not recommend AT&T's Unlimited plan. I think it’s too expensive for the features and the data you get. I suggest you to consider other options.
International texting notes: Unlimited texting from the U.S. to 200+ countries.
International calling notes: International calling add-on available for $15/month.
Canada and Mexico notes: Unlimited talk, text, and high-speed data included in Canada and Mexico.
International data notes: International data add-ons available starting at $10/day.
AT&T's unlimited data plans provide a premium experience on the AT&T network at a premium price. These plans are best for families or those who can take advantage of a group discount. Otherwise, they are flat out expensive.Learn More