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. Stepping up to $30 buys 2GB, $50 buys 5GB, $100 buys 15GB, and $140 buys 20GB. These new amounts/prices are a slightly better value than they were before. The first three options require $25 monthly access fees per line, while the latter two only require $15. The latter two also get unlimited calling and messaging to Mexico and Canada as a bonus feature. AT&T said customers who need more than 20GB can talk to sales reps about its 25GB, 30GB, 40GB, and 50GB plans. All plans continue to offer unlimited voice minutes and messaging both in the U.S. and to international numbers. They also include Data Rollover. The new AT&T Mobile Share Value plans will be available starting Aug. 14.
Verizon Wireless Rehashes Prepaid Plans
Verizon Wireless has adjusted its selection of prepaid service plans for smartphones, basic phones, and data devices. Verizon now offers three plans to smartphones.
AT&T's Mobile Share Advantage Plans Drop Overages
AT&T today announced new service plans for multiple lines that do away with overage charges. The Mobile Share Advantage program includes unlimited talk and text in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico, rollover data, sharable data, mobile hotspot, and unlimited texting to more than 120 other countries.
Cricket Expands Calling Plans to Central, South America
Cricket Wireless today made more calling and messaging add-on plans available to a greater number of countries throughout Central and South America. For $10 per month, Cricket customers can add Columbia, Costa Rica, and the Dominican Republic to their plan.
T-Mobile Offering New Family Plan with 10GB Per Line for $120
T-Mobile today announced a new family plan that offers 10GB of data to each line, up to four lines. T-Mobile says $100 buys two lines with unlimited talk and text and 10GB of data per line.
Does The Unlimited Calling To Mexico And Canada Option Apply To The Original Mobile Share Plans?
TMobile and Sprint may have inferior networks compared to the big 2, but their efforts to bring in consumers is commendable. Verizon and Att are taking steps backwards while others move forward.
"TMobile and Sprint may have inferior networks compared to the big 2, but their efforts to bring in consumers is commendable"
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