Verizon Matches Cost of AT&T's 10GB Shared Plan
Verizon Wireless has quietly lowered the price it charges More Everything smartphone customers with a 10GB (or higher) bucket. In effect, the price has been dropped to $160 per month for four smartphones using a 10GB data allotment. The price now matches exactly that charged by AT&T for the same number of lines and same amount of data. AT&T reconfigured its Mobile Share plans in February and has been advertising them heavily.
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T-Mobile Increasing Unlimited Data Plan Price by $15
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To think Verizon matched AT&T's 10GB plain is wrong.
Verizon is misleading, as always
AT&T doesn't require Next, and truly is $160 when there are no device payments.