New carrier plans announced, all with limits
On Thursday, AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile each announced new data plans.
AT&T’s Mobile Share Advantage plans eliminate overages fees. However, they also raise the monthly cost of each device on your plan. These data plans begin at $30 per month (plus a $20 per month access fee).
Sprint’s new unlimited plan, called Unlimited Freedom, offers customers unlimited talk, text, and “optimized streaming video” for $60 per month for a single line. T-Mobile’s new One plan, meanwhile, offers unlimited 4G LTE access with no data caps, and includes unlimited calling and texting, too. The monthly charge is $70.
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