Competition is a beautiful thing. T-mobile started putting the pressure on the competition in 2016 with competitive prices and free deals. Hell! I got see Suicide Squad for free (thank god) because my girl has T-mobile and they gave everyone free tickets. They’ve picked up new subscribers left & right because treating the customer well pays off.11
Verizon took notice and announced the return of their unlimited data plan a few days ago. That left At&T to be the only one of the four major U.S. carriers who didn’t offer unlimited data. Everything about a dollar and AT&T isn’t trying to get left in the dust, so now they’re forced to compete. According to our snitch, they’ve announced their own unlimited data plan.
Unlimited data users will get full LTE speeds up to 22GB’s, then AT&T reserves the right to throttle you when things become congested. It’s $100 for a single line, $140 for two lines, and $180 for three lines & the fourth line is free. Their prices are nothing special. They’re basically what the competition is already offering, but that’s better than what they had before. Now if only the gaming community had a backbone?
Now if only the gaming community had a backbone? Call of Duty would be canceled or better, and we wouldn’t have to pay for online gaming, no $20 map packs and $60 season passes. That’d be a beautiful word, but sadly most of you lack self-control. People don’t know how to keep their money in their wallet, so the cycle of getting fucked over continues.