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SAVING WITH $AM: Phone companies compete with unlimited data deals

Posted: 6:53 AM, Sep 08, 2017
Updated: 2017-09-08 09:54:01-04
SAVING WITH $AM: Phone companies compete with unlimited data deals

Cell phone providers are competing to offer unlimited data plans, offering incentives geared to get customers to switch companies.

Good Morning Tucson anchor Samantha Cortese reports T-Mobile is now offering free Netflix service for those who sign up for the T-Mobile One plan with at least two lines. The cost is $120 a month. Netflix costs in the range of $10 a month, meaning users will save about $120 a year.

AT&T is offering HBO service for those who use its Unlimited Plus plan, which costs $90 for one line and $145 for two. HBO costs $15 a month, so the plan could add up to savings of more than $150 for fans of the premium channel.

Verizon and Sprint also offer unlimited data deals that aren't tied to particular TV incentives.