AT&T announces new $39-per-month Internet/media bundle

AT&T announces new $39-per-month Internet/media bundle

US wireless carrier AT&T has recently announced a new $39-per-month Internet/media bundle, which includes U-Basic TV, U-Verse Internet Max Plus (18Mbps), HBO and HBO Go, and one year's worth of Amazon Prime.

The new bundle being offered by AT&T comes with a one-year contract; and will be offered till December 13, 2014. After the stipulated one-year term of the contract for the $39 bundle, standard charges will be applicable for the services included in the package.

However, an early termination fee of up to $180 will have to be paid by customers who decide to terminate the contract for the $39 bundle before its expiry.

Moreover, another stipulation thrown in by AT&T with the $39 bundle includes an installation fee of $99. In addition, the bundle comes with a cap of 250GB data/month for U-Verse Internet, with subscribers required to pay a $10 charge for every 50GB which exceeds their monthly allotment.

Nonetheless, so far as the Amazon Prime offer is concerned, the subscription to the service - which otherwise costs $99 annually - is good for one year. For customers who have already subscribed to Amazon Prime, one additional year will be tacked on to the end of their current subscription.

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