AT&T Intros Mobile Share Value Plans for Less Green
AT&T today announced a brand new set of Mobile Share Value Plans. The plans, which go into effect Sunday, December 8, offer more value for less money. As before, all the Mobile Share plans offer unlimited voice minutes, unlimited messaging, and video chatting for one or more devices. Customers can then choose what amount of data they want each month and add devices accordingly. AT&T has dropped many of the data bucket prices, which now range from as little as 300MB per month to 50GB per month. AT&T added a new 8GB bucket between the 6GB and 10GB buckets to give customers more choice. The 300MB plan starts at $20 per month, which is the same as before, but instead of adding $50 per month for a smartphone, customers will pay only $40 per smartphone. The 1GB plan costs $45 per month, the 2GB plan costs $55 per month, and so on up to the 50GB plan, which costs $375 per month. Mobile Share Value Plans are available to new and old customers, and allow for up to 10 devices for consumers. The plans include access to AT&T's Wi-Fi network. Tablets cost only $10 to add to each plan, and feature phones cost only $20.
Verizon Revamps Plans, Offering S, M, L, and XL Sizes
Verizon Wireless today refreshed its service plans in an attempt to make them easier for consumers to understand. The company is offering four basic plans, each of which includes unlimited talk and text, and varied buckets of shared data.
AT&T Tweaks Mobile Share Value Data Buckets
AT&T today adjusted the monthly data allotments available in its Mobile Share Value plans. The least-expensive plan costs $20 per month and includes 300MB.
Verizon Juggles Data Plan Options Again
Verizon Wireless today said it is altering its lineup of More Everything plans beginning Feb. 5.
AT&T Debuts 7GB Mobile Share Plan with Rollover Data
AT&T today added a new option to its Mobile Share Value plans that offers 7GB of shareable data for a base charge of $75 per month. The plan includes unlimited talk, text, and Rollover Data.
Confused with new pricing
I must be misunderstanding something.
While the price of the data bucket on each of those two ...
It's even more expensive
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Found this page with more details
Sums it up pretty nicely.