Apple is the only company on this list that offers its customers an unlimited plan with no monthly charges, but that plan doesn’t come with a monthly data cap.
For the average consumer, that might be enough to get by on a $20 monthly budget, but not if you want to spend $1,000 on a new iPhone.
In order to get around the cap, you need to upgrade your phone to iOS 11.1.
This upgrade is an important step to get more out of your Apple health plan.
Apple has offered unlimited plans for some time now, but there’s been no significant change in its pricing strategy.
Apple’s unlimited plan includes unlimited data and is available to users in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico, as well as in select markets in the United Kingdom and Ireland.
For people living in those regions, Apple has increased the monthly data rate by $1 per month.
Apple users in other countries can also choose to use a data plan that includes unlimited text messages, voice calls, and data charges, for a total of $50 per month per plan.
If you’re a consumer in the Americas, Apple offers a cheaper plan called the “One Touch Health Plan.”
Apple’s One Touch Health plan includes $100 worth of free health data per month and $25 worth of data for every $10 spent in-store or online.
Apple charges $20 per month for a two-year plan and $30 per month over three years.
You can see Apple’s current iPhone unlimited plan here.