The battle between T-Mobile, Verizon and AT&T for winning mobile users is at its best, and is that the second firm has launched an unlimited data plan for all its customers of all plans, that is, unprecedented, But it did 30 seconds after Verizon made a similar move.
The new plan will cover talk, text and data in four lines for the price of $180 per month, with an additional credit of $40 if the user registers a credit of $40 for a fourth line, as long as you use less than $ 220 Per month, which is the limit, however, AT&T has not made clear whether its credit applies to all contracting of all plans.
“We’re offering unlimited entertainment on the nation’s best data network where and when you want to enjoy more of what you love,” said David Christopher, Chief Marketing Officer of the AT&T Entertainment Group.
Verizon’s plan is similar, as it now offers an unlimited data plan, similar to that of AT&T, for $80 per month per line, however, AT&T comes out much cheaper when it comes to all four lines.
However, telecoms analysts believe AT&T offer is confusing because it could slow down during periods of network congestion when it has used 22 GB. T-mobile also offers four lines for $40, which does not make it “unlimited,” though it offers a “safer” plan than AT&T. It should be remembered that AT&T and Verizon were accused last month of violating network neutrality, as their aggressive offers prevent small competitors from having attractive offers for mobile users.