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AT&T Retools DataConnect Plans with Pay-As-You-Go Option

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Nov 23, 2009, 12:56 PM   by Eric M. Zeman   @phonescooper

Today AT&T announced several new data plans that offer customers some flexibility when it comes to mobile data. The three new plans include a day pass, which includes 75MB for $15; a week pass, which includes 250MB for $30; and a monthly pass, which includes 500MB for $50. None of these plans requires a contract and AT&T's wireless data services are available within the United States, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

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ecycled

Nov 23, 2009, 1:31 PM

The world is going prepaid

No more subsidies, prepare USA. Soon your phone will be triple what it is now with a 2 yr contract.

Beware the prepay, beware the prepay.

OOOOooooOOOOOOOooooooOOOOO
I love the idea of no subsidies.
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Yes, reality hurts,I use prepaid & the rest of the world too.(60% I suppose)
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who sees the benefits for the customer in signing a contract? I sell T-Mobile (as well as others)We could sell the Even More Plus plans which require no contract but they make no sense for our customer. If you want to buy a My Touch on the unlimited p...
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Azeron

Nov 23, 2009, 1:41 PM

Follow the Leader

This was a horrible idea when Verizon launched and it is for AT&T as well. Does anyone believe that AT&T will not eventually roll out the $350 Advanced Devices ETF policy? If not why haven't they attacked Verizon for it yet? How about Verizon eliminating the Vcast Vpak $15 feature in favor of the the 25MB $9.99 and $75MB $19.99 options? Why hasn't AT&T hit them on those features in those hastily constructed commercials with Luke Wilson? Probably because they will be launching the same changes in the coming weeks. This is ridiculous. AT&T needs more to differentiate them from Verizon than simply the iphone exclusive and Rollover.
Azeron said:
This was a horrible idea when Verizon launched and it is for AT&T as well.

AT&T needs more to differentiate them from Verizon than simply the iphone exclusive and Rollover.


Yeah, thats great
flip mode

Nov 23, 2009, 2:45 PM

Rip Off...

I can burn through 500Mb in 8 mins, you know those porn downloads can be pretty large Laughing
nice Laughing
tmo32

Nov 23, 2009, 4:07 PM

or.......

or you can go to tmobile, get the webjet and get 5gb web access with no contract for $50 a month or 200mb for $30 a month.
netboy

Nov 23, 2009, 3:02 PM

isnt it cheaper to drive to starbux??

and use free wifi? haha
AndroidRules

Nov 23, 2009, 1:42 PM

Virgin has better deals

You have to buy the device but you get 600MB for $40 for 30 days and for $10 more than AT&T they'll give you 1GB for 30 days.
kingstu

Nov 23, 2009, 1:26 PM

Great for travelers. No overage fees?

For people who need infrequent access to data this is very good. The daily rate is the same as the daily-rate on Verizon mifi but the data allotment is so tiny. Perhaps they will sell "data only" sims that won't eat up your pre-paid dollars at the expensive per megabyte charge that currently exists when you have an overage on your prepaid data package. Now T-Mobile has to start offering pre-paid data...
 
 
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