AT&S and DireCTV are offering unlimited internet, no contracts for $79 a month.
The move is a major shift for the industry, and a major victory for AT&Ts efforts to build a more competitive market for internet access.
AT&ts internet plans are priced at $99 per month and include unlimited data and voice.
That price includes the cost of a monthly wireless data plan, which is the cheapest option available.
DirecVisions plans are cheaper, but not as cheap as AT&s internet plans.
A DirecVerse phone plan starts at $59 per month.
AT &T and Verizon Wireless offer plans for $59 a month for data and no voice service.
That will put you at the edge of your wireless data cap and add another layer of risk for your wireless plans, as you may have to worry about your network being slow in certain areas.
AT says that this $79 per month unlimited internet is the best option for people with a $1,000 monthly budget, though Verizon Wireless also offers $79/month unlimited internet.
AT will start charging customers more when the price drops.
Verizon Wireless is offering unlimited data for $10 per month, but that’s only for voice and video services.
Verizon’s plan includes a $10 monthly service fee.
The wireless company will begin charging $20 monthly for unlimited voice and $25 monthly for voice calls.
AT also offers unlimited internet on select devices, such as smartphones and tablets.