AT&T’s top unlimited plan removes throttling, upgrades HBO Max to 4K

AT&T customers who subscribe to the Unlimited Elite plan have reason to celebrate. carrier announced That it is eliminating throttling regardless of data usage. The mobile hotspot data allowance still exists, but it has been increased to 40GB from its previous 30GB.

Last but not least, the existing HBO Max subscription already included for HBO Max subscribers has been increased from the standard resolution to 4K UHD. AT&T is also pushing some of its security features, such as ActiveArmor, which offers network security features, automatic fraud call blocking, and suspected spam risk alerts.

All these changes automatically take effect for all Unlimited Elite subscribers. The changes seem like a clear response to moves by competitors like T-Mobile that don’t throttle Magenta Max customers on their unlimited plan and throw in 40GB of hotspot and 4K Netflix streaming.

An example of HBO Max on TV.
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A few changes from AT&T have been added with this announcement. international day pass, which is especially timely as pandemic restrictions ease and people start traveling again. The main difference is for billing, customers are only charged for a maximum of 10 days of service in the billing cycle, even if their actual travel time is longer. Pricing is $10/day for the first 10 days and $5/day for each additional line used during the same period, giving 50% off each additional line.

The Day Pass is valid for 210 countries on top of existing free calling and texting to Mexico and Canada supported by the current unlimited plans.

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