AT&T’s unlimited home Internet plan typically costs an extra $30 per month for U-verse, AT&T Internet, or DirecTV customers with the Internet 1000 speed plan. However, according to customer-directed emails DirecTV Now customers can get unlimited Internet at no extra charge.
AT&T customers without unlimited Internet are capped at 1TB per month usage, but a subscription to AT&T’s internet-delivered service will get that charge waived.
Unfortunately, AT&T internet customers who use other internet-based services like Hulu, Netflix and Sling TV will still be subject to the data cap unless the $30 per month surcharge is paid.
Still feels like primitive times, doesn’t it?
There are several ways in which customers are eligible for unlimited home Internet.
As stated on ATT.com, you are eligible if:
- You have a combined bill for new or existing AT&T Internet and new or existing U-verse TV or DIRECTV as a benefit of bundling.
- You have the Internet 1000 speed tier plan.
- You purchase the unlimited usage option for $30 month.