AT&T is eliminating an unlimited data plan benefit

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AT&T is eliminating an unlimited data plan benefit
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AT&T is making changes to its unlimited data plans that will affect new customers.

The wireless provider has been offering AT&T Unlimited &More and Unlimited &More Premium subscribers a $15 monthly credit toward the company’s DirecTV Now live TV streaming service.

The credit may also be applied toward DirecTV and U-Verse TV for Unlimited &More Premium customers.

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AT&T is ending its $15 monthly video credit for new wireless subscribers

Here’s the news: AT&T has confirmed to Clark.com that the $15 promotional credit for new unlimited wireless customers is coming to an end on November 15, 2018.

We checked AT&T’s website and found this update in the fine print:

Offer ends 11/15/18. Customer must have both eligible services ordered on or before offer end date to get credit.

If you’re already receiving the $15 monthly credit for DirecTV Now, DirecTV or U-Verse TV, not to worry. An AT&T spokesperson told Clark.com that you’ll continue to get the discount.

Meanwhile, new and existing unlimited plan subscribers will still receive AT&T WatchTV at no additional charge.

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