- AT&T Business revamped its lineup of smartphone plans
- The new top-tier Unlimited Premium plan comes with unlimited on-device data and 200GB of hotspot data
- This brings its offerings in line with business options from Verizon and T-Mobile
AT&T Business recently revamped its lineup of smartphone plans - including the new top-tier Unlimited Premium plan - with a whopping 200GB of hotspot data.
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New Plans Overview
The new AT&T Business smartphone plan lineup includes the following plans: Unlimited Premium, Unlimited Advanced, and Unlimited Standard. These plans replace the previously offered Unlimited Elite, Unlimited Performance, and Unlimited Starter plans.
All plans are now $5 less per month - $80 (Premium), $70 (Advanced), and $60 (Standard) - for a single line of service. That pricing reflects using both the autopay and paperless billing discounts and does not include taxes and fees.
The new top-tier Unlimited Premium plan comes with unlimited on-device data with no deprioritization. Additionally, it now has 200GB of high-speed mobile hotspot data (up from 100GB on Unlimited Elite).
Another nice perk to the Unlimited Premium plan is that it now comes with 7 International Day Passes per month, giving you access to your plan's data in 210+ international locations. Unlimited Premium also gives you coverage in 19 Latin America countries.
The new mid-tier Unlimited Advanced plan includes unlimited on-device data and now comes with 100GB (up from 40GB on Unlimited Performance) of mobile hotspot data. However, all data on this plan is deprioritized. This is a downgrade over the previous "Performance" plan, which included 50GB of premium data.
The new Unlimited Standard plan has no changes from the previous Unlimited Starter plan, other than it now costs $5 less per month.
Comparison to Verizon and T-Mobile Plans
This change brings AT&T's offerings in line with what Verizon and T-Mobile are now offering in their business plan lineups.
Verizon and T-Mobile also have top-tier plans with 200GB of mobile hotspot data. Verizon's Unlimited Pro 5G plan is the same price as AT&T's Unlimited Premium, at $80/month. T-Mobile's Business Unlimited Ultimate plan is $95/month, but that price includes taxes & fees. Also, T-Mobile's plan is only available for iPhones.
It's nice to see these plans with such big chunks of mobile hotspot data. The only catch is that these offerings are all for business accounts. The requirements for getting a business account vary with each carrier, but for the most part, you can do it even as an individual as long you set it up as a sole proprietor. On AT&T, this can be done with a Social Security Number for a small business account.
Here's our chart showing the business (and consumer) options for each carrier.
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