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AT&T “Magically” Resurrects Their Unlimited Plan

  • Terrence Marshall

    Morning man. There are some weird things in this article. Like the random 11 at the end of the first paragraph, and the last paragraph repeats the last sentence of the one before it. Was that on purpose and something went over my head?

  • RC

    I haven’t touched a COD since BO2 and I am in NO rush to pick it back up. Most of the gaming community just just gets a rush from getting disapointed. The community accept so much bs from these multimillion dollars studios that hell, I’d sell the same shit every year too if I could break bank without trying.

  • TheDeity 😇

    AT&T pretty much Verizon price wise but not as good lmfaoooo

    I will say that if you buy your phones unlocked, they’ll be able to get used on AT&T more often than not, and WAY more often than Verizon.

  • Errol B. Hewitt

    The gaming community will never come together cause were Simps to the shit they try and push down our throats just look at no man’s sky or destiny

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  • Stop the Brutality

    This is poor reporting. AT&T released their unlimited data plan over 6 months ago. If you are a U-Verse/DTV customer and also have AT&T cell service then you’ve had the option to switch to unlimited data for a while. Mine personally kicked in around Labor Day when they started the rollout. There was no additional fees. The only thing true is the throttling once you reach 22 Gb, which is the same for T-mobile and Verizon. Watch the commercials next time and pay attention to the fine print at the bottom.