Unlimited Plus with Wireless Home Phone and Internet and data consumption limits
I have to use Wireless Home Phone and Internet for my home Internet as there are no other connection options (except for wireles competitors)
The new Unlimited Plus plan looks like a decent option, but I am concerned about the 22GB limit for deprioritization. Does it apply to all lines or just smartphones? There are clear exceptions for the tethering data cap on the Wireless Home Phone and Internet device, but nothing is said regarding the 22GB deprioritization limit.
This is important because the tower I connect to is very congested. I already feel depriotitized several nights per week because I can barely do anything thanks to this congestion problem. (The congestion actually seems to be related to the unlimited plans AT&T has been offering already, as before the first one was introduced, I rarely had less than 12 Mbps both up and down). Yet, this device still usually uses 25+ GB/mo, thanks to daytime use.
All of my LTE devices are affected by the congestion, even those that use much less than 1GB/mo.
If the deprioritization threshold applies to Wireless Home Phone and Internet, it could be very difficult to tell the difference between slowdowns that are due to going over that threshold (my fault) or the congested tower (AT&T's fault).
PS - A couple trees on my property blew down in a recent storm. There may be room to "plant" a new one.