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AT&T Brings Back Unlimited Data to TV Customers Only

2016-01-12 03:15 by


Several years after AT&T stopped offering unlimited data plans, it is going to bring them back. Or at least for those customers who also get television service from the company.

AT&T has recently announced that starting January 12, its DirecTV and U-Verse subscribers can sign up for unlimited wireless data. The new plan includes unlimited data and unlimited talk and text. It does not include the cost of a phone. A single line costs $100 a month, with $40 for each additional line. This time new and already existing AT&T customers will be able to take advantage of the service.

As with other unlimited plans, AT&T said it will slow the connection for any customer who is in a heavily data-congested area and who in a given month exceeds 22 gigabytes of data - the equivalent of streaming 50 hours of video and 250 hours of music and spending another 220 hours on the Internet.

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