AT&T Offering 15 GB for the Price of 10 GB
Nov 17, 2014, 2:34 PM by Eric M. Zeman
updated Nov 17, 2014, 2:36 PM
AT&T today announced yet another promotional data offering. Beginning November 18, Mobile Share Value plan customers can get 15GB of data for the price of 10GB. The monthly data charge is $100, which doesn't include per-line access charges for smartphones, tablets, and other devices connected to the plan. AT&T charges $15 per month for smartphones and $10 per month for tablets on AT&T Next plans, or $40 per month for traditional contract customers. AT&T said the promotion will run for a limited time, but didn't say for exactly how long. The improved data offering is available to new and existing customers. Additionally, AT&T customers can get unlimited international messaging (text, picture and video) on all Mobile Share Value plans for no additional cost. AT&T is still offering the promotional Mobile Share Value plan with 30GB of data for $130 per month.
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