AT&T offers unlimited data plan for customers who bundle with DIRECTV or AT&T U-Verse


When AT&T acquired DIRECTV last year, we knew it would only be a matter of time before they started offering bundles in a move to entice subscribers to both sides of their business. As 2016 gets underway, AT&T has announced a new offer of unlimited data for consumers who are willing to subscribe to both tv and wireless service. The new Unlimited Plan will start at $100 per month for one line and can expand to four lines for only $180 per month plus the cost of a DIRECTV or U-Verse subscription.

AT&T will begin offering the new Unlimited Plan on January 12th. If you are already an AT&T wireless customer, you can bundle DIRECTV with your service in order to take advantage of the offer. Packages start at $19.99 per month for 12 months then switch to $49.99 per month for the next 12 months.

For existing DIRECTV and U-Verse customers who want to switch their wireless service over to AT&T in order to take advantage of the new Unlimited Plan, AT&T is offering up to $500 in credits if you trade-in an eligible device, port your number over, and buy a smartphone on an AT&T Next plan. The initial line of service runs $100 per month and the next two additional lines carry a $40 per month access fee each. If a fourth device is added, AT&T will waive the access fee.

Ralph de la Vega, CEO for AT&T Mobile and Business Solutions says, “Our new unlimited plan is our best offer yet. It’s the perfect reward for our valued customers who like to take advantage of our integrated offers of TV and wireless services.”

AT&T is also offering some special deals to add tablets or smartwatches to an existing plan. For all of the fine print and more details, hit the source link below.


source: AT&T

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