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The trend continues!

http://www.usatoday.com/story/tech/2017/02/16/t-goes-unlimited-wireless-battle-rages/97965092/

So AT&T will begin offering "unlimited" data effective today at $100/line, or $180 for 4 lines. Previously, AT&T had unlimited data to those who subscribed to DirecTV and linked accounts together, but now that restriction has been limited. The definition of "unlimited" is 22 GB as well.

This will be the first time since 2010 that AT&T has offered anything unlimited without needing to sign up for additional services.
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Dear CRTC,

Stop overcharging people for sub-par phone service and let companies price competitively and stop the monopoly bullmuk that's going on. Look towards the USA for examples of wireless freedom.

Sincerely, every Canadian cell phone user.
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they are higher than t-mobile and verizon with unlimited....fail
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they are higher than t-mobile and verizon with unlimited....fail
However, their rate for multiple lines is lower than that of Verizon's.
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