How do I compare AT plans?

Sign in to myAT online or use the app to compare your plan to others we offer….Change your AT Wireless plan

  1. Go to Change my plan to see your current plan and our other plans.
  2. Scroll through our other plans. Select Compare plans to get a side-by-side view.
  3. Compare plans and decide which one you want.

What is AT’s cheapest unlimited plan?

AT Unlimited StarterSM
AT Unlimited StarterSM is our lowest-priced unlimited plan ever. With four lines on a family plan and discounts with AutoPay and paperless billing, you can get unlimited data, talk, and text for $35 per month for each line (taxes and fees are extra). AT may temporarily slow data speeds if the network is busy.

What is the best alternative to AT?

List of AT alternatives

  • Straight Talk Wireless.
  • Pure TalkUSA.
  • Cricket Wireless.
  • Pix Wireless.
  • H2O Wireless.
  • Red Pocket Mobile.
  • Tracfone.
  • Net10 Wireless.

Does ATT have unlimited calling?

AT Phone Unlimited North America includes: Unlimited minutes. Unlimited calls anywhere within the United States with no long distance charges.

How can I get AT to lower my bill?

Steps to lower your ATT bill

  1. Get your latest statement and do some research.
  2. Call AT: (800) 288-2020.
  3. Access your account by providing your pin.
  4. Remove features on your plan that you’re not using.
  5. Negotiate a lower rate for your bill.
  6. Request one time credits.
  7. Get a reference number.

Is AT next a ripoff?

The big differences with AT’s Next plan are that it costs anywhere from $15 to $50 a month depending on which phone you buy, and also that it’s an absolutely clear ripoff designed to cheat customers into paying full price for their phone without actually buying anything.

How much is AT Unlimited Elite plan?

The Unlimited Elite plan from AT costs $85.00 per month and provides unlimited talk, unlimited text, unlimited data, and 5G hotspot with 30GB.

Does ATT have any senior discounts?

Seniors subscribed to AT can also get a 10% discount on any of the carrier’s plans through their AARP membership. That discount would reduce the price of AT’s cheapest unlimited data plan to $63 per month for one line, $112.50 per month for two lines instead of $70, and $125 per month for regular subscribers.