AT&T "enhances" its two unlimited plans, has special deals for those in NYC, Chicago and L.A.

AT&T is adding two new unlimited plans starting on March 1st. Unlimited Plus Enhanced is $80 a month for the first line, comes with 15GB a month of mobile hotspot data for each line, and also includes HBO. The price is $10 a month less than the currently offered AT&T Unlimited Plus, and includes 50% more mobile hotspot data. Unlimited Choice Enhanced is only $40/month a line for unlimited 4G LTE data, and also includes HBO. Pick either one of the two Enhanced plans and you'll receive a $15 "loyalty credit" that can be used to lower the cost of certain AT&T video services.

The nation's second largest carrier is also offering deals structured for those living in three specific cities, New York, Chicago and L.A.:

  • New York-In the big Apple, switch to AT&T's Unlimited Plus Enhanced or Unlimited Choice Enhanced and get a free year of streaming video app DirecTV Now. And both plans already come with HBO! With DirecTV Now's "Live a Little" package free, New Yawkers will be able to watch their favorite local stations (WABC, WCBS, WNYW, WLBY, WWOR, WNBC, WNJU, Telemundo) on AT&T's dime. If subscribers want more choices, they can use a $35/month credit toward the purchase of additional tiers of service, adding more channels to stream from.
  • Chicago-Switch from a competitor to the AT&T Unlimited Plus Enhanced plan to receive free 50Mbps home internet for life! Subscribers can use a $30 monthly credit toward the cost of increasing their internet speed.
  • L.A.-Buy two of the latest red hot smartphones using AT&T Next, like the 64GB Apple iPhone X, and get reimbursed for the second one, making it free. All subscribers need to do is add an eligible new line to take advantage of the deal.

source: AT&T



2. kennybenny

Posts: 226; Member since: Apr 10, 2017

The Chicago deal is really awesome....

3. akita256

Posts: 98; Member since: Jan 26, 2012

This article is totally incomplete and misleading. I just called AT&T to ask about this plan to see how much money I may be able to save on the Unlimited Choice Enhanced compared to my current plan which is the Unlimited Choice. Reading that the new plan was $40 per line made me think I would be able to save a lot from my current plan. I currently have two lines on my plan. I was told by AT&T that the only way to take advantage of the new plan is to have Auto-Pay paperless billing (which the article does not mention). I was further told that I basically would not save any money to speak of if I changed to the new plan. I was thoroughly disappointed.

4. michaelny2001

Posts: 346; Member since: Aug 01, 2012

the NYC deal is stupid. those channels are free at home anyway with a regular digital antenna. no gain there. to make it interesting let us have the direct tv full option. now that is a deal. Byt i bet you Spectrum and Verizon Fios would have a cow.

5. andrewc31394

Posts: 302; Member since: Jun 23, 2012

are you asking for free tv service in it's entirety? if you think that would be a good move on at&t's part then i hope you dont run a business lol

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