AT&T Mobile Review
AT&T is one of the oldest names when it comes to phone services, so it’s no surprise that it is one of the best when it comes to mobile phone service.
AT&T Mobile: Overall
Best for: People looking for solid coverage and good customer service without getting nickeled and dimed.
Pros: Flexible plans, useful features and great international plans.
Cons: Coverage is not as good as Verizon’s.
AT&T Mobile: Price
All AT&T plans included unlimited talk and text. Prices for individual plans (for talk, text and data) start at $20/month for 300MB of data and go up to $375/month for 50GB of data. Family plans are on the same price structure, but charge an extra $15 per extra smartphone included on the plan.
AT&T Mobile: Coverage Area
While Verizon holds the award for best coverage area, AT&T comes in a close second place. It has excellent urban coverage, but falls a little short of Verizon when it comes to rural coverage.
AT&T Mobile: Features
- Rollover data
- No annual service contacts (for some plans)
- Shared WiFi app, to get WiFi almost anywhere
- Early upgrade plans
- Smartphone trade in deals
- Smartphone payment plans
AT&T Mobile: Fees
- Data Overage: $15/GB (for plans 2GB or over)
- Early Termination: Depends on how much of plan is left
- Activation Fee: $45
- Upgrade Fee: $45
AT&T Mobile: International
AT&T offers great international calling plans with its Passport service. All international plans include unlimited texting and messaging. The base plan charges $1/minute of talk and 120MB of data for $30. If you opt for the best plan at $120, you are charged $0.35/minute for talk and get 800MB of data.