Learn about the AT&T Unlimited 55+ plan

Get a discounted unlimited plan if the account billing address is in Florida and the account owner is at least 55 years old.

Overview of AT&T Unlimited 55+

The plan1 supports up to 2 smartphones or basic phones (no tablets, wearables, or other connected devices). Here’s what comes with it:
  • Unlimited talk, text, and data (U.S., Mexico, and Canada)
  • 5G access
  • Roam North America2
  • Standard-definition (SD) streaming
  • Unlimited texting from the U.S. to 120+ countries
Learn more

To get this plan, go to any AT&T store or authorized retailer to verify eligibility with a government-issued photo ID showing age 55 or over. Also, the account must have a Florida billing address.

Keep in mind: You can still have tablets, wearables, or other connected devices on your account. They’re just not eligible for the Unlimited 55+ plan.

Other plan details

Qualify for discounts
Sign up for AutoPay and paperless billing to enjoy a $10 discount per line on up to 2 lines.

Already signed up for the AT&T Signature Program with AARP? You may qualify for the additional discount offered in the AT&T Unlimited 55+ plan. This benefit is only for AARP participants in the Signature Program.

Learn about data speeds
When you have this plan, AT&T may temporarily slow speeds if the network is busy. Learn more about our network management policies

Ready for 5G?
You've got the plan. Now pick the phone that gets you there. Shop 5G phones

Use your plan in Mexico or Canada
Here’s what you can do with a compatible phone when you’re in Mexico or Canada:
  • Call any number in the U.S., Mexico, or Canada
    Send picture and video text messages.
  • Use your AT&T Unlimited 55+ plan’s data at no extra charge.
  • Includes Roam North America2

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Last updated: December 7, 2022

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