Go Unlimited with AT&T’s 5G Deals – Phandroid

The continued proliferation and adoption of 5G hardware by enterprises and consumers alike has certainly led to a rapid rise in its availability in recent times. Carriers and telecom brands have essentially lowered the barrier of entry for consumers looking for better data connectivity speeds, and as a result users now have better access to 5G data services.

With that said, today we’re taking a look at what AT&T has to offer with their unlimited data plans. One of the biggest network and service providers in the US, the company offers a range of different unlimited 5G plans for customers, each with a varying set of service features. Let’s check them out!

AT&T’s Unlimited Plans

Right off the bat, there are three different tiers available for AT&T users. The Unlimited Premium Plan with four service lines will cost you $50 per line, and comes with perks including unlimited phone calls and texting, high-speed data, 50GB hotspot data, and even 4K UHD streaming. Additionally, you get unlimited texts, calls and data in-between Mexico and Canada, unlimited SMS from the US to more than 200 countries, and no speed caps on data speeds.

There’s also an Unlimited Extra Plan, which goes for a slightly lower $40 price per line (with four service lines as well), and while it likewise comes with unlimited SMS, calls, and data, 5G speeds might be slower once you hit 50GB of usage, with video streaming reduced to SD quality. Hotspot data is also reduced to 15GB per month, which is considerably smaller.

If you’re after something even more affordable, then the AT&T Unlimited Starter Plan comes in priced at around $35 per line for four lines. With this one, you do get similar features as the Extra Plan, although hotspot data is reduced to 3GB, much smaller than the Extra Plan. With that said, all plans get you Active Armor Advanced security, with the exception of the Starter Plan which comes with more basic security.

By comparison, Verizon’s base-tier $35 5G plan only gets you 15GB of data, while their top-tier plan goes for $60, making it slightly more expensive than AT&T’s Unlimited Premium Plan. On the other hand, T-Mobile’s base Essential plan rounds out to around $30, although you only…