04-09-2017 3:29 PM
I have a Uverse Internet plan w/o any other services - it has a 1TB cap.
If I get the Uverse Ubasic package - is that enuf of an upgrade to make my internet plan qualified for unlimited data?
I only need 1 receiver - no HD/no DVR.
And - what installation fee is there to add the Ubasic?
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04-09-2017 4:57 PM
Ubasic ($19) has a $99 installation charge, but will not qualify for unlimited internet.
For unlimited internet, instead of 1T cap, can either.....
1) sign up for unlimited, add $30 a month to billing or
2) subscribe to Uverse Ufamily ($50) or above TV package or equilavent ($50 or more) DirecTv package.
04-10-2017 1:07 PM
Thanks for your help.
When I went to the online acct manager, and clicked 'add more data', the info provided said if I went over the limit, I would receive a notification the first 2 times, and then be billed for a 3rd violation and beyond. But, a phone agent said that was changed and you're now charged on the first offense. Any idea which is the truth?
Also, if I wish to add data, does that go into effect immediately, and I can use as much during the month as I wish - or at the start of the next billing cycle?
Is that charge pro-rated, or just a flat $30 more - whether I add it on the first of the month or the last?
If I decide I really don't need that much data each month, what's the procedure for going back to the 1TB limit?
07-05-2017 11:29 AM
I have ATT four family phones unlimited (no contracts), pay for Directv separately, and pay for internet separately. What kind of bundle can you offer me for unlimited access?
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