If you have a hearing or speech disability and you primarily communicate by texting or video calling in the U.S., you may qualify for an AT&T Accessibility plan
How to apply for AT&T Accessibility plans
To qualify for an AT&T Accessibility plan, complete the Accessibility Plan Application and Certification Form (PDF, 334KB)
|Smartphone Accessibility plans|
|Monthly charge ||$45||$55||$75|
|Approximate FaceTime / video calling time2||6 hours||15 hours||Unlimited|
|Overage charge||$10 per 1GB||$10 per 1GB||n/a|
|Basic feature phone Accessibility plans1|
|Mobile-to-Mobile AT&T Messaging||Included||Included||Unlimited|
|Voice calls||$0.40 per minute||$0.40 per minute||$0.40 per minute|
Older unlimited data plans
If you have a grandfathered unlimited data plan1
for your smartphone, you can keep it. This applies even if you upgrade to another smartphone or extend your contract. Keep in mind:
If you move to a newer data plan, you can't go back to your old unlimited data plan.
If you add a new line, you can choose one of our current plans.
In addition to the monthly cost of your plan and features, you’ll also be charged for:
- A Regulatory Cost Recovery Fee of up to $1.25 to help defray costs incurred in complying with obligations and charges imposed by state and federal telecom regulations
- A gross receipts surcharge
- State and federal universal service charges
These fees aren't taxes or government-required charges. Taxes and other fees
also apply. Please carefully review the plan terms
, which explain the limitations of your service.
Service isn't available at all times in all places. Check Map and coverage limitations
AT&T Accessibility plans are available for most smartphones in the U.S. but aren’t available for tablets. Call us for more info about devices we offer.