Today's Hard|Forum Post
  • Possible to upgrade windows 7 key to 10, with...
  • "Traditional" layout super dense ITX gaming c...
  • WTS MSI Z97I Gaming ACK
  • WTB US Power Supply Case Video card 1150 Moth...
  • FS: Motorola Moto 360 Smart Watch
  • SilverStone TD03-Slim Review
Follow Us on Twitter
  • Gaming [H]eadlines: Dead Space 3 Screenshots ...
  • Taiwan Wants Apple To Blur Satellite Images O...
  • AMD to Host 2012 Data Center Efficiency Summi...
  • Rosewill Capstone 750W Power Supply: Legit Re...
  • Judge Denies Megaupload's Motion to Dismiss: ...
  • Facebook Cracks Down On Fan Pages For Crimina...

Monday November 30, 2015

AT&T; Really Wants You Off That Unlimited-Data Plan

While price hikes like this suck, at least it wasn't as bad as the one Verizon customers got hit with.

The nation's second-largest wireless carrier confirmed Monday that it is raising the price of its unlimited-data plan by $5, to $35 a month. The change, the first in seven years, will take effect in February. Earlier this month, Verizon raised the price of its grandfathered unlimited-data plan by $20. T-Mobile and Sprint, which each still offer unlimited data as an option, raised their prices in the last few months.

Comments