14 thoughts on “Now AT&T Is Offering An Unlimited Plan For $99”

    1. hi if any 1 looking for un limited paln go to nokiausa.com select any phone and select unlimited plan 100 $ for primary and additional lines 9.99.get it fast …………….they make it as an error.

  1. This pricing is great of you have a basic phone. Blah.

    For those of us in the corporate / professional world who own a Blackberry (corporate account) and unlimited data, it still is an arm and a leg.

    I currently pay that much for 1400 minutes ($89.99) + Blackberry Enterprise ($44.99) and 1500 SMS message ($19.99) = $154.97

    So I get a $9.98 savings!

    Because it is “unlimited”… Most users choose a plan that they know they will average the X amount of minutes. So unlimited won’t make someone talk more.

    When will ATTT come out with a package for corporate professionals for a flat $100.00 per month? I would gladly pay that no questions asked!

  2. It amuses me how much carriers charge for SMS (especially a la carte) when it is by far the least resource intensive service they offer. I’d think it takes about 100 SMS to equal 1 MOU, in terms of resources. Why unlimited SMS cost > $5 as a bolt-on is beyond me.

  3. CellularSouth has been offering unlimited phone,text and internet at $79.99 for a few months now. So Verizon, ATT and T-Mobile are still over priced.

  4. Yep. As a Sprint customer, we’ve “been there, done that” with unlimited plans. Sadly, though, admitting I’m a Sprint customer is like admitting I enjoy having a steel pole rammed through my loins.

  5. My brother has Metro PCS with unlimited calling, texting, internet access, long distance etc. with no contract. He pays $54 a month, every month. When he falls behind on payment, they turn his phone off. All he has to do is send them the $54 payment and they turn it back on. He’s not charge anything for them to turn it back on. All he had to do was pay for his phone. This is what all cell phone companies should offer.

  6. Why do people keep comparing MetroPCS and all of these other little phone companies to AT&T & Verizon? They act like they’re getting such a great deal or something. Reality check: Your phone only works in a VERY limited area. For those of us who want a phone that will work if we go on a road trip, out of town, or to the next city over, we choose a real cell phone company. Metro’s unlimited is $55 per month, the phones suck and the coverage is even worse. AT&T is $99 per month and you get coverage literally EVERYWHERE, not to mention awesome phones like the iPhone 3G that do just about everything but… well… you know, lol. And I bet they’re working on an app for that anyway! -Prada

    1. It’s funny that you mentioned the comparison between MetroPCS and ATT. I have an Iphone with ATT and I rarely get service with them. I can’t wait until my agreement is up so I can switch to some other cellular service. Although METROPCS on service certain areas, at least you have a one-flat rate witht them. I went home to Americus,GA(very rural) and my ATT phone didn’t have NO SERVICE yet my sister’s METRO PCS phone had service(all bars) our entire visit home. I feel that says alot about ATT coverage. Honestly, it sucks!

  7. I have the Straighttalk plan from Tracfone that has unlimited texts AND minutes for only $45 a month. The phones from Tracfone are also cheap, starting from $10. The phone I got is the Motorola W376 and it has internet, radio games…it’s awesome. I’m so glad I made the switch from AT&T because if not, I’d be paying $99 a month for unlimited. That’s so expensive!

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