New AT&T and T-Mobile unlimited plans vs Sprint and Verizon 5G prices
With price wars drawing to a close, your hunt for the best unlimited data plan comes down to coverage and perks now more than ever.
The current More Premium plan stays as the top option for the moment, but its offer of free HBO, showtime or Spotify is dwarfed by the perks that Sprint or T-Mobile offer. Speaking of the Un-carrier, it also rebranded its One plans to Magenta and a Plus version, keeping the free Netflix, and the generous throttling or hotspot allocations.
Here's how the new Starter and Extra plans of AT&T stack up against the unlimited offers from Verizon, as well as the revamped T-Mobile Magenta plans, plus Sprint's unlimited offerings.
The cheapest unlimited data plan - Verizon vs AT&T vs T-Mobile vs Sprint
The middle child now comes with 5G
The middle-of-the-road plans are a good tradeoff between affordability and perks, with T-Mobile's Magenta and Verizon's Play More plans leading the pack when it comes to perks and coverage. Still, with the exception of Sprint, the difference comes down to ten bucks or less, so if you are in an area with spotty coverage, better go for the larger carriers.
The best unlimited data plan - Verizon vs AT&T vs T-Mobile vs Sprint
Now that we've arrived to the heavy hitters, the differences in pricing are more pronounced. From Sprint's least expensive $180 pack for a family of four, to Verizon's most expensive $220 one, these offer the most perks, the highest hotspot ...
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