According to a new support page on its website, AT&T plans to increase the price of grandfathered unlimited data plans from $30 to $35 starting in February 2016. The company says this would mark the first price hike for unlimited plans, which are no longer offered to new customers, in 7 years. From AT&T:
The company says that the plan itself isn't changing in any way, and customers will still be able to consume up to 22GB of data before their connection is throttled — a soft cap that was increased in September. If the rate increase causes you to want to jump ship, AT&T says that it will waive early termination fees for affected lines if you cancel within 60 days of being notified of the pricing change.
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