The process of finding the perfect unlimited data plan involves more than just looking at the prices and going for the cheapest option.
While we understand that no one wants to pay more than they need to for their monthly cell phone plan, some unlimited packs offer more perks than the cheapest options. Luckily, you can choose from the many options in the market at different prices.
Here’s a closer look at the top three unlimited data plans that smartphone users love:
T-Mobile Unlimited Data Plan
T-Mobile’s $70-a-month (inclusive of taxes) Magenta unlimited plan is the best-unlimited data plan in the market for limitless data usage. One of the biggest negatives of the Magenta plan is that you can only stream 480p video on your smartphone. But you can opt-in for the Magenta Max plan by paying an additional $15 per month and enjoy HD video streaming along with other perks. While the standard Magenta plan’s speed can be a bit shaky after you’ve consumed 100GB of data, Magenta Max subscribers will never have to worry about that.
The Magenta plan also offers additional travel perks like an hour of Wi-Fi access on Gogo-enabled flights, free texting, or the ability to use your data in 210 countries.
Verizon Unlimited Data Plan
Verizon offers four unlimited plan options. Our loyalty lies with the $80-a-month Play More plan that gives users an all-access bundle of Disney streaming services including, Disney Plus, Hulu, and ESPN Plus. As a Play More subscriber, you’ll also get access to six free months of Apple Music and a one-year subscription to Discovery Plus, PLUS 15GB of LTE hotspot data.
The other Verizon unlimited plan that you can consider going for is the Get More plan. It costs the same as the Play More ($80), but you only get free access to 15GB of hotspot data, a six-month Apple Music trial, Disney Plus, and six months of Discovery Plus. But to make up for the lack of Disney streaming services, this plan gives you access to 600GB of cloud storage for free.
AT&T Unlimited Data Plan
AT&T’s Unlimited Elite plan at $85 a month offers the ability to stream HD videos, unlimited access to HBO and a promise of high speed internet till you breach the 100GB data mark.