AT&T Bumps Up Pricing and Limits for Data Plans
AT&T today announced that it will change its data plan allotments and pricing starting Sunday, January 22. The new smartphone plans include 300MB for $20 per month; 3GB for $30 per month; or 5GB with tethering/hotspot for $50 per month. All three reflect a $5 increase in monthly prices, but also add more data. AT&T is also adjusting the data plans available to tablets, which include 3GB for $30 per month; or 5GB for $50 per month. AT&T said that costumers may choose to stay with their existing plans, and that the $15 plan for 250MB per month will remain available.
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.
T-Mobile Increasing Unlimited Data Plan Price by $15
T-Mobile is prepared to debut new pricing for its unlimited data plan beginning Nov. 15.
C Spire Matches Competition on Pricing for Families
C Spire Wireless today rolled out new shared plans that bring its offering in line with those of its competitors. The new plan provides four lines with unlimited voice, text, and 10GB of shared data for $160 a month.
AT&T Adds More Data to Mid-Range Plans
AT&T today tweaked its Mobile Share Value plans and added data to two of the options. Specifically, the $40 plan improves the data allowance from 2GB to 3GB, and the $70 plan improves the data allowance from 4GB to 6GB.
Cricket Adds More Data to Low-Cost Plans
Cricket Wireless today added more data to its bottom two prepaid service plans in a bid to keep up with similar offers from Boost Mobile and MetroPCS. With Cricket's auto-pay discount, the Basic plan costs $35 per month and now includes unlimited talk, text, and 2.5GB of high-speed data per month (up from 1GB).
How the Hell Would You Sell This Load of Fertilizer?
3G/4G hotspot/tethering capabilities, Pandora in your car or at the gym, YouTube, Netflix , download thousands of data hungry applications that require a CONSTANT connection to the internet, picture/video mail, VPN capabilities, push corporate email, online gaming and so on. Feel free to use it as you would your home LAN connection through your wired ISP.
So, the customer would ask, "Pardon me, Mr AT&T Salesperson, what about this tiered data, what is a gigabyte? You say this device can flip and do tricks and do all these wonderous things but is there a catch, ...
Cell phone service is not a replacement for you home DSL, HSI, WIFI service. If you are going to be using streaming video, like netflix, or skype, and streaming music services like pandora and data intensive apps then you need the 2...
200mb for $15
Anyways looks like ATT is trying to make an extra $5 for the 300mb.
New is $20 for up to 300MB, overage of $20 for an additional 300 MB.
If someone had used over 200MB but under 300M...