AT&T's New Unlimited Enhanced Plans Coming - Mobile Hotspots No Longer Eligible!

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Understanding AT&T's New NEW Unlimited Data Plans

AT&T is launching this week their new NEW unlimited data plans for smartphones - making their plans more competitive than they've ever offered before. And perhaps even one of the most unique features - unlimited data on internet only devices? But these new plans have some catches including 10GB of high speed mobile hotspot use on smartphones & tablets and network management after 22GB of usage. What does this mean? Especially for RVers who are looking for home internet replacements while they travel. How can these plans fit into your overall mobile internet arsenal? In this short video we explain the limitations of these plans, what network management means. You can also follow this story on our news center at: Guide to All Unlimited Data Plans: Guide to TV & Entertainment (more about video streaming): HDMI Adapters: Apple Lightening to HDMI Adapter (shown in video): Android is more difficult.. check compatibility with your specific phone model. Some options: Samsung HDMI Adapter: MHS Android Adapter: --------------------------------------------- Chris Dunphy & Cherie Ve Ard of and authors of 'The Mobile Internet Handbook' and hosts of We've been on the road full time since 2006, working remotely and sucking up mobile bandwidth. We share about our personal travels at

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3/1/2018 - AT&T has rolled out their new 'Enhanced' plans and all info shared in this video checks out.

Back in October 2017 AT&T caused a scare when it began to notify customers that mobile hotspots would soon "no longer be eligible devices" to use with AT&T's Unlimited Plus plans, though AT&T quickly recanted to indicate that those notifications had been sent out "inadvertently".

But we've suspected that it would only be a matter of time before AT&T closed the door on its unlimited hotspot plans, which for the past year have been the BEST plans available for heavy data users directly from a major carrier.

We're now seeing multiple credible rumors and leaks from AT&T insiders saying that the hotspot door is about to SLAM SHUT starting Thursday, March 1st - when AT&T will announce new "Unlimited Enhanced" plans that will indeed drop support for standalone hotspots.

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