AT&T Wireless

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AT&T Wireless Plans and Pricing

These are a handful of the plans we found for AT&T Wireless. To see more AT&T Wireless deals and offers in your area enter your zip code above.

$50/mo for 25GB data

  • Includes access to AT&T nationwide 5G network.
  • Price includes a $10 discount when you sign up for AutoPay and paperless billing.
  • Activation and/or upgrade fee per line (up to $45) and deposit may apply.

Mobile Broadband

$75/mo for 40GB data

  • Includes access to AT&T nationwide 5G network.
  • Price includes a $10 discount when you sign up for AutoPay and paperless billing.
  • Activation and/or upgrade fee per line (up to $45) and deposit may apply.

Mobile Broadband

Plans may not be available in all areas or to all customers and can expire at any time. Verify terms and availability with AT&T Wireless.

Expert Overview of AT&T Wireless‘s Services

AT&T Wireless is one of the largest providers of cellular service in America. They offer traditional wireless cell phone service as well as mobile broadband internet. The company provides a wide range of different plans, hardware options, and bundle promotions for new and existing customers.

AT&T Wireless VS AT&T Internet: What’s The Difference?

Though they are owned by the same company overall, both AT&T Wireless and AT&T Internet operate as separate entities. The “Internet” end of the corporation focuses on home broadband services such as DSL (digital subscriber line), cable, and fiber optic internet, whereas the “Wireless” outfit revolves around cellular and mobile broadband services. For customers looking to keep all of their services under one roof, AT&T has several bundle packages to choose from.

AT&T Cable and Wireless Bundles

AT&T offers several bundle deals for customers looking to combine TV, wireless and internet service. The company owns DIRECTV, a popular satellite TV provider, and usually includes this service for the television component in these special wireless promotions. These bundle packages are ideal for those looking to have dedicated TV and internet service in their homes, as you may be able to save some money consolidating the services into one monthly bill. For more information on AT&T’s internet bundles, see our AT&T deals roundup.

AT&T Unlimited Data Plans

AT&T Wireless currently offers a number of different unlimited data plans, alongside several “shared” data plans. Each of these plans is ideal for a specific type of user, so be sure to choose carefully when signing up for cellular service.

AT&T unlimited data plans are going to be more expensive, and are best for heavy streamers, large households with several power users, and others looking for the most entertainment options.

AT&T shared data plans are probably best for everyone else who is just looking for the ability to talk, text, and surf the web.

AT&T Wireless Promotions

There are usually several cellular promotions available, often centering around the newest phones AT&T has to offer. When new iphones or Android flagship phones are released, AT&T commonly makes them available via special wireless promotions and bundle deals.

AT&T Wireless Network Specs

AT&T Wireless operates its vast network across most of the US, as can be seen from the coverage map above. For many users, the company’s cellular service supports 4G and LTE technologies, though some areas will still be limited to slower standards such as 3G.

As of early 2017, AT&T Wireless has started to offer their “5G Evolution” service in select markets, primarily in and around the Austin, Texas area. This isn’t a “true” 5G service, but an iterative improvement on the company’s existing LTE towers. Because this doesn’t require any new devices or technologies, the 5G Evolution service shouldn’t result in any price increases for new or existing customers.

AT&T 5G Expansion

As for the real jump to 5G transmission, AT&T has already announced plans for the new cellular technology to be installed in 19 cities. By the end of 2018, their plans are to expand the new service to areas of Dallas, Waco, Atlanta, Charlotte, Indianapolis, Oklahoma City, Houston, Jacksonville, Louisville, New Orleans, San Antonio, and Raleigh.

In 2019, AT&T 5G expansion is scheduled to continue into portions of Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Nashville, Orlando, San Diego, San Francisco, and San Jose.

AT&T Wireless Company Details

AT&T originally operated under the “Cingular Wireless” brand name from 2000 to 2007. AT&T’s modern brand and company structure is actually the result of years and consolidation and growth on the part of Bell Telephone, the first major telephone provider for the US and the world at large. Today, the corporation is structured as a complex series of holding companies. These are commonly broken down regionally, such as AT&T Midwest.

AT&T Wireless Coverage Availability

Thanks to the company’s roots in Bell Telephone, AT&T has one of the most sprawling cellular coverage maps of any wireless provider in the US. Servicing 50 states, AT&T Wireless has coverage across most of the country, as can be seen in our interactive map above. For the most part, only small pockets of the country in the Midwest remain unserviced.

Availability By State

Alabama 4,777,688 10 mbps
Alaska 633,500 10 mbps
Arizona 6,203,425 10 mbps
Arkansas 2,915,617 10 mbps
California 36,942,048 10 mbps
Colorado 4,991,465 10 mbps
Connecticut 3,574,091 10 mbps
Delaware 897,932 10 mbps
District of Columbia 601,723 10 mbps
Florida 18,801,060 10 mbps
Georgia 9,681,777 10 mbps
Hawaii 1,360,278 10 mbps
Idaho 1,523,098 10 mbps
Illinois 12,823,761 10 mbps
Indiana 6,483,785 10 mbps
Iowa 2,885,437 10 mbps
Kansas 2,852,510 10 mbps
Kentucky 4,336,213 10 mbps
Louisiana 4,533,081 10 mbps
Maine 1,180,426 10 mbps
Maryland 5,773,362 10 mbps
Massachusetts 6,547,550 10 mbps
Michigan 9,881,172 10 mbps
Minnesota 5,295,454 10 mbps
Mississippi 2,959,094 10 mbps
Missouri 5,979,623 10 mbps
Montana 956,972 10 mbps
Nebraska 1,335,663 10 mbps
Nevada 2,665,164 10 mbps
New Hampshire 1,306,144 10 mbps
New Jersey 8,791,894 10 mbps
New Mexico 1,929,251 10 mbps
New York 19,369,633 10 mbps
North Carolina 9,492,032 10 mbps
North Dakota 672,386 10 mbps
Ohio 11,513,121 10 mbps
Oklahoma 3,718,777 10 mbps
Oregon 3,820,639 10 mbps
Pennsylvania 12,680,398 10 mbps
Puerto Rico 0 10 mbps
Rhode Island 1,052,560 10 mbps
South Carolina 4,617,186 10 mbps
South Dakota 813,949 10 mbps
Tennessee 6,315,025 10 mbps
Texas 25,114,032 10 mbps
Utah 2,758,814 10 mbps
Vermont 622,956 10 mbps
Virgin Islands 0 10 mbps
Virginia 7,960,467 10 mbps
Washington 6,709,873 10 mbps
West Virginia 1,840,543 10 mbps
Wisconsin 5,545,111 10 mbps
Wyoming 423,728 10 mbps

Cities and Towns AT&T Wireless Has Coverage

Provider Awards

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Top 10 Fastest Internet Providers in 21 states
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Top 3 Fastest Internet Providers in North Dakota
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Top 5 Fastest Internet Providers in Maine
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Top 5 Fastest Internet Providers in Oregon
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Top 5 Fastest Mobile Broadband Provider Nationwide
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Frequently Asked Questions about AT&T Wireless

  • How much does it cost to have unlimited data on AT&T?

    Prices of AT&T unlimited data plans are variable based upon contract length as well as numerous other factors.