AT&T tweaks its unlimited data plans again

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AT&T has made a change to its Unlimited &More and Unlimited &More Premium cell phone plans that will affect new customers.

The wireless provider dropped a $15 monthly video credit that could be applied toward DirecTV Now, DirecTV or U-Verse TV service, but existing customers will continue to receive the perk.

Meanwhile, the AT&T WatchTV live TV streaming service is still included on eligible unlimited plans.

RELATED: Unlimited plans comparison: T-Mobile vs. AT&T vs. Verizon vs. Sprint

AT&T unlimited data plans: What you need to know before you sign up

AT&T’s latest unlimited data plans are called Unlimited &More and Unlimited &More Premium. Here’s a side-by-side comparison of the key plan details:

Unlimited &MoreUnlimited &More Premium
1 line = $70/month
2 lines = $125/month
3 lines = $145/month
4 lines = $160/month
Prices are with AutoPay discount and exclude taxes and fees
1 line = $80/month
2 lines = $150/month
3 lines = $170/month
4 lines = $190/month
Prices are with AutoPay discount and exclude taxes and fees
Unlimited talk, text and high-speed data, which may be slowed during times of congestionUnlimited talk, text and 4G LTE data, which may be slowed after 22GB/line during times of congestion
No mobile hotspot included15GB mobile hotspot/tethering per eligible line per month
Get 30+ channels of live TV with WatchTVGet 30+ channels of live TV with WatchTV
Option to add one of several premium services: HBO, Cinemax, SHOWTIME, STARZ, Amazon Music Unlimited, Pandora Premium and more
Unlimited texts to 120 countries
Unlimited calls to Mexico and Canada, and free roaming
Unlimited texts to 120 countries
Unlimited calls to Mexico and Canada, and free roaming

If you want to stick with AT&T’s network and save some money, there are cheaper cell phone providers that use AT&T’s towers to provide the same great coverage at a lower price, including Cricket Wireless.

Compare your options in Clark’s guide to the best cell phone plans and deals!

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