These cellphone carriers are about to make life harder for grandfathered unlimited-data users

“The nation’s biggest wireless carriers are making it a bit harder to keep your grandfathered unlimited data plan. AT&T intends to raise the price of its “legacy” plan, which it no longer sells, by $5 a month in March – bringing the total monthly price of the plan to $40. This marks the second time that AT&T has upped its rate for this group in 12 months. Verizon has a new policy whereby any customer on a grandfathered unlimited plan who consumes more than 200GB of data in a month must switch to a metered plan or be disconnected by Feb. 16.” Read more at The Washington Post.

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