AT&T Cell Phone Plans

Kelsey SheehySep 15, 2020

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AT&T offers both limited and unlimited data plans, and its prices generally tend to be more expensive than competitors like Sprint and T-Mobile. But AT&T's  ranks second nationally, trailing only Verizon.

AT&T offers three : Unlimited Starter, Extra and Elite. Prices listed below are for one line, before taxes, fees and discounts. You can save $10 per month if you sign up for autopay and paperless billing.

AT&T's Mobile Share Plus plans come with unlimited minutes and texts, plus rollover data and free texts from the U.S. to more than 120 countries. Each plan has a base price, plus a $20 monthly access charge per smartphone.

Listed below are prices for one smartphone (with access charge included). Taxes and fees are an additional charge. You can save $10 per month on a single-line plan if you opt for automatic payments.

Mobile Share Plus plans can have up to 10 lines and each line comes with a $20 monthly access charge. AT&T’s unlimited plans also allow up to 10 lines. .

AT&T’s prepaid plans have monthly, multi-month and pay-as-you-go options. The monthly options function much like the carrier's traditional plans, but they don’t require a credit check. .

Prices listed are for the least expensive plan when more than one unlimited plan is available. The pricing doesn’t include taxes, fees or autopay discounts unless otherwise noted.

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