Back in June, AT&T switched from unlimited to capped data packages on all of its smart phones and when it comes to pricing, it helps to even out the playing field. Like Verizon, AT&T’s data packages are sold separate from its voice plans.
The carrier also has several options for mobile broadband connectivity—while AT&T doesn’t have a mobile hotspot device like the Verizon MiFi 2200, you can order a 3G-enabled netbook or USB modems to connect to AT&T’s network.
Smart Phone Data: 200MB/$15; 2GB/$25 monthly
Mobile Broadband: 200MB/$35; 5GB/$60 monthly
Top Phone: iPhone 4 ($199)