AT&T has new unlimited plans coming this weekend.
On Sunday, November 3rd, AT&T will launch its new Unlimited Starter and Unlimited Extra plans. Unlimited Starter includes unlimited talk, text, and data in the U.S. as well as Canada and Mexico. With this plan, data prioritization is always on, which means your speeds could be slowed when the network is congested. Unlimited Starter will cost $65 for a single line or $35 per line for a family of four.
Stepping up to Unlimited Extra will get you everything in the Unlimited Starter plan as well as 15GB of mobile hotspot usage per line and access to AT&T's fastest speeds for up to 50GB of data. Unlimited Extra will cost $75 for a single line or $40 per line with four lines.
Finally, AT&T plans to launch a new Unlimited Elite plan that will arrive in the coming weeks. It'll include unlimited talk, text, and data in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico; 30GB of mobile hotspot usage per line; HD video streaming; and AT&T's fastest speeds for up to 100GB of data. Unlimited Elite will also include HBO for the line of the plan and HBO Max when it launches in May 2020.
Pricing for Unlimited Elite will be $85 for a single line or $50 per line with four lines.
All of the prices listed above require autopay and paperless billing. Also of note is that these new unlimited plans will be replacing AT&T's current Unlimited & More and Unlimited & More Premium plans, so if you're interested in those, you'll need to sign up before November 3rd.
To celebrate the launch of its new plans, AT&T is rolling out a trade-in deal. Customers who switch to AT&T and trade in a qualifying device can get up to $700 in credits over 30 months. To get this deal, you'll need to get a qualifying plan and buy a new phone that's at least $700 using installment payments.