Something unexpected happened last year: all the big carriers started offering unlimited data plans again, after unceremoniously dumping them three years ago. In response to T-Mobile's One plan, Verizon, AT&T, and Sprint all introduced or improved their unlimited data offerings.
As it currently stands, $60-$80 will get you an "unlimited" plan with any of the big four networks, which includes at least 20GB of full-speed unlimited data, some hotspot data, and most importantly, no unexpected fees in the unlikely event you hit the deprioritization limit on your plan.
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