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Report: AT&T Prepaid to Increase Unlimited Tablet Plan Price to $35

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Earlier today, some AT&T Prepaid users reported that they received an email from their provider.

Based on their reports, the email contains a notice that their Unlimited Tablet Plan price was increasing to $35 instead of $29.99.

The plan mentioned on Howard Forums refers to the Unlimited MB Domestic DataConnect Pass Pay as You Go plan, which originally costs $29.99. As mentioned, the price of this plan is being increased to $35 starting May 18, 2019.

The email also shares that if nothing is done, the plan will auto-renew and the customer will automatically be charged with the new amount.

If you are among the users that will be affected by this rate increase, you can change or cancel your existing plan by calling AT&T Prepaid at 800.331.0500 or visiting this website.



Source: Howard Forums 

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  1. Just go get TMobile unlimited prepaid internet..it cheaper

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    1. Using an older TMO plan now, which new unlimited prepaid plan do you suggest?

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  2. Please note :

    TM online access to view your data usage / make changes has been offline / NON functional from 21 Jan 19.

    Good luck

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    1. I have noticed this too. Hate to think what would happen if the merger is approved and they try to integrate Sprint customers.

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  3. I'm only seeing pay by GB on T-Mobile prepaid Internet for LTE data.

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  4. Although unlimited data on Teltik (T-Mobile) is $30+taxes, there most certainly is reprioritization after 50gb, and Teltik will probably kick you out for excessive usage multiple months in a row. This is versus AT&T's unlimited tablet plan, now $34.95, no additional taxes, truly unlimited data with minimal de-prioritization, and exceptionally few people ever get cut off for using hundreds and hundreds of gigabytes each month (my usage exceeds 600gb each month). Also, Teltik requires you to be a "business" (very easy to get an EIN from the government), whereas AT&T only requires you to sign up for auto-pay.

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    1. ATT is peak hour congested here, hard to wring much data out of it unless pull an all nighter.

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