AT&T Inc. (NYSE:T) will unveil new unlimited extra and unlimited starter plans on November 3, 2019. It would roll out Unlimited Elite in a few weeks. General Manager (Mobility) of AT&T, David Christopher, said the company is offering the best wireless unlimited plans on its fastest and best network.
Unlimited starter plan
The subscribers of the unlimited starter plan in the US, Mexico, and Canada can text, talk, and browse by paying a monthly $35 for four lines. AT&T has not specified a high-speed data cap for this plan.
Unlimited extra plan
The users looking high speed (50 GB) browsing can choose an unlimited extra plan at a monthly charge of $40 for each line (for four lines). You can enjoy 15GB of data through the wireless hotspot. The company charges $75 for a single line.
Unlimited Elite is the best plan
AT&T collects $200 for four lines ($50 for each line). You need to pay $85 for a single line. The company offers 100 GB of high-speed data and 30 GB of high-speed data through a mobile hotspot for each line (for up to four lines). The subscribers of the unlimited elite plan can enjoy HBO throughout the life of this plan.
A spokesperson of AT&T said data would be throttled if the user is in a congested network. The company will also apply data throttling after the data is exhausted. These rules apply only for unlimited extra and unlimited elite plans. The customers who switch to these new plans would enjoy a credit limit of $700. First responders, veterans, military personnel, and their families can get a discount of 25% on the new plans.
AT&T meets investor’s expectations
The stock of AT&T trades higher at over 5% during a session on Monday after delivering decent results in Q3 2019. The company has met the expectations of investors. AT&T is expected to deliver excellent results in 2022.
HBO Max at a monthly charge of $14.99
Warner Media and AT&T plan to introduce HBO Max at a monthly charge of $14.99 in May 2022. Those, who subscribe to HBO through AT&T will enjoy HBO streaming service for free. The users can watch 10,000 hours of original content and films from Warner Bros at launch.