AT&T is Raising Legacy Unlimited Data Plan Pricing by $5 Again in March


When March rolls around, legacy unlimited data plan subscribers at AT&T will see a $5 increase to their monthly bills. The increase is at least the second in as many years that I can recall, with the last happening last February. 

The increase, according to AT&T, will not impact unlimited data speeds, so it’s business as usual. That does means that the 22GB data limit, where AT&T can reduce your speeds if in a congested area, is still there, though.

If you aren’t interested in paying an extra $5, especially after last year’s increase, AT&T states that you can cancel your service within 60 days of the increase and they will waive all early termination fees.

Again, the increase is coming in March billing cycles.

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