The AT&T of today is a publicly traded company providing landline, long-distance, mobile phone, cable television and broadband services.
Like Verizon, AT&T has introduced shared data plans, aimed at families or individuals who use multiple devices.
These plans all come with unlimited talk and text, with pricing varying by how much data is required and how many devices you’ll use.
AT&T’s network isn’t technically all ‘4G’ – it’s actually a dual layer of LTE and HSPA with enhanced backhaul.
AT&T states that their enhanced network is capable of delivering 4G speeds, and that combining these two technologies will provide customers with a smoother and more consistent mobile internet experience.
The newest phones from HTC, Samsung, Apple and more are available on AT&T, and you can purchase them during an upgrade for much cheaper than if you bought them on your own.