AT&T’s network is second only to Verizon’s in nationwide tests, and it’s even better in some cities. And, unlike some carriers, AT&T still offers multiple options for families who don’t need unlimited data.
AT A Glance
- Plans start at $80 per month for two lines
- Notable: Mobile Share Plus plans allow rollover data; unlimited plans include access to 5G
AT&T family cell phone plans
AT&T offers three unlimited data plans: Unlimited Starter, Extra and Elite. Monthly prices listed below do notes include taxes, fees and discounts. You can save $10 per month, per line if you sign up for autopay and paperless billing.
Unlimited Starter: Video streaming is limited to standard definition (480p). Mobile hot spot is not included with this plan. Access to 5G networks is included, where available, with a capable device.
- One line: $75
- Two lines: $140
- Three lines: $165
- Four lines: $180
Unlimited Extra: Includes 15GB of high-speed mobile hot spot data per month, which drops to 2G speeds after you use your allotment. Video streaming is limited to standard definition (480p). Access to 5G networks, where available, included if you have a compatible device.
- One line: $85
- Two lines: $150
- Three lines: $180
- Four lines: $200
Unlimited Elite: Includes 30GB of high-speed mobile hot spot data per month, which drops to 2G speeds after you use your allotment. Video can stream in HD if you turn off AT&T’s “stream saver” restriction. Subscription to HBO Max and 5G access included with this plan.
- One line: $95
- Two lines: $170
- Three lines: $210
- Four lines: $240
MOBILE SHARE PLUS
AT&T’s Mobile Share Plus plans let up to 10 devices share one data package. Like most carriers, AT&T charges you for the data package, plus a device connection fee for each line.
Below are the monthly prices for up to four lines on AT&T’s Mobile Share Plus plans, not including taxes, fees and discounts.
3GB: $60 for one line; $100 for two lines; $120 for three lines; $140 for four lines.
9GB: $70 for one line; $120 for two lines; $140 for three lines; $160 for four lines.
You can save $20 per month on a family plan, or $10 per month on a single line, if you opt for automatic payments and paperless billing.
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AT&T unlimited plan: How it compares on price
The prices below do not include taxes, fees or auto-pay discounts unless otherwise noted.
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|*Restricted LTE data download speeds.
**Prices include taxes and/or fees.
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