With carriers expanding their 5G coverage across many major cities, many Americans now have access to 5G. But, if you have an old plan, you’ll likely need to get a 5G data plan to access the super-fast internet speeds that 5G offers. Here’s a look at how the 5G data plan from Verizon and AT&T stack against each other.
Verizon Wireless 5G Data Plans
Verizon Start Unlimited: Costing $70 a month, you get access to the provider’s 5G Nationwide network and unlimited 4G LTE. However, when the network is congested, you can expect speeds to be throttled.
Verizon Play More Unlimited: For $80 per month, you can access the provider 5G UWB and 5G Nationwide networks with 50 GB of premium data. You also have unlimited 4G LTE access. When you’re on 5G UWV, you’ll get unlimited 4K video streaming and hotspot. Additionally, you also get subscriptions to Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+ and a 6-month Apple Music subscription.
Verizon Do More Unlimited: This plan costs $80 as well and you get unlimited 4G LTE access and can use the 5G UWB and 5G Nationwide networks. You also get unlimited 5G UWB mobile hotspot data and can stream videos in 4K. Additionally, you get a Disney+ subscription and an Apple Music subscription for 6 months.
Verizon Get More Unlimited: This plan costs $90, but you get all the perks of the Play More and Do More Plans!
AT&T 5G Data Plans
AT&T Unlimited Starter: Costing $65 per month, customers get access to unlimited text, talk, and data in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico. But, if the network is congested, your data speeds may be slowed down on this 5G plan.
AT&T Unlimited Extra: For a total of $75 per month, users get access to unlimited text, talk, and data in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico. Further, 50GB of premium data and 15GB of mobile hotspot are also included in the plan.
AT&T Unlimited Elite: For $85 per month, you get access to unlimited text, talk, data, in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico, 150GB of premium data, 30GB of mobile hotspot, and more. You’ll also be able to stream high-definition videos.