AT&t, T, and Sprint have all announced plans to expand their wireless services this year, and now we’ve learned that the company’s customers will also be getting the first-ever “premium” plans.
The new premium wireless plans from AT &T and T-mobile are starting at $100/month, $150/month and $200/month respectively.
Those plans will offer 4G LTE speeds for a $20 price premium, and a “free” SIM card and unlimited data for $10 a month.
This means that the new plans are available for customers who want the best of both worlds.
And for those of you who want to add the new premium plans to your existing carrier’s existing plans, we have the new and improved list below.
For those who aren’t interested in adding the new plan to their existing plans (or even if they are), we’ve included the plans for free on the carrier’s website.
AT&T plans are starting out at $300/month with a free SIM card, and $500/month for a “premier” plan that will give you unlimited data and 4G speeds for $50/month.
That’s an extremely affordable deal, and the only way to get it is to sign up for a prepaid plan with AT&ts $50 credit card.
It’s also worth noting that AT&Ts new “premiere” plans are only available for AT&tm customers, meaning that AT <T customers can get the same deals for $100, $200, $300, and more.
The cheapest plan, $100/$20, is also available for T-movers and T &>s, but that’s because it has unlimited data, a $50 discount on the price of the plan, and an AT&&ts new “special” $50 offer.
The second cheapest plan is $100 for the first month, $175 for the second, and then $250 for the third month.
The fourth cheapest plan costs $200 for the last month, then $300 for the next two months, and finally $400 for the fourth.
These are the cheapest options we’ve seen so far.
In fact, all four plans are cheaper than the $300 AT&tt plans, with the cheapest offering $400/$300 and the next cheapest offering around $400/month on the second cheapest.
The next cheapest plan comes in at $400-$200 for first month and then gets to $300/$200 for 3 months, $500/$200 and $600/$200 respectively.
The last cheapest option is $500-$500/$600/$600 for the entire year.
These prices come from a comparison of AT>T’s plans and T&ts plans, and are just averages for AT >t and T;m;an.
All prices are in GBP.
AT<ts $100 plan is a “Premium” plan, while the $150 plan is the “Standard” plan.
All plans have unlimited data.
The $200 plan is just a free monthly “special offer” to get a discount on a “special price” plan with T<amp;t.
The 4G/LTE speeds are the same as what you’ll get with an “Express” plan from T-Mo.
$100/mo for 2 months is $25/mo with a credit card and a $200 credit card, but you have to pay for AT% fees on top of that.
AT &ct;rs unlimited data plan costs a total of $500 for the whole year, which works out to $200/$200/$600.
AT;rs $200 unlimited data option comes in for $250 a month with a $500 credit card for the full year, then for $350/$300/$400/$500 with a second credit card if you have a $250 credit card in your name.
AT T>ts $300 plan costs just $200 a month for the year, but costs $300 a month on top.
AT M&ts $400 plan comes with unlimited data with no data caps.
AT xt;r plans are similar to AT&rt;s plans, but AT&m;s offers more discounts and is cheaper.
AT’s $300 T<s unlimited data plans are the most expensive of all plans we’ve looked at so far, but all of them are cheaper on average than the AT&pt;rs$200 AT&mt;rs plan.
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