AT&T Confirms Changes to Messaging Plans
Aug 18, 2011, 8:20 AM by Eric M. Zeman
AT&T plans to do away with several of its messaging plans starting on August 21, said an AT&T spokesperson to Phone Scoop in an email. New customers signing up after August 21 will be able to subscribe to the $20 unlimited messaging plan for a single line, or the $30 unlimited messaging plan for families. The only other option will be per-message billing at 20 cents for each text message and 30 cents for each picture/video message. The $10 plan, which paid for 1000 messages, will no longer be available. AT&T said, "We regularly evaluate our offers and are making some adjustments to our messaging lineup. Starting August 21, we're streamlining our text messaging plans for new customers and will offer an unlimited plan for individuals for $20 per month and an unlimited plan for families of up to five lines for $30 per month. The vast majority of our messaging customers prefer unlimited plans and with text messaging growth stronger than ever, that number continues to climb among new customers. Existing customers don’t have to change any messaging plan they have today, even when changing handsets."
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you know why this is...
Huh? If they had slashed prices by 50% you'd have a point, but you don't encourage people to sign up by raising the price and limiting options.
And at any rate, why woul...
Very bold move here...
They must be very bold to pull this when they are still being examined for the merger.
We all know that over the long term everything is going to unlimited anyway, it's just...
This is a BS money grab...
I have already eliminated my At&t home phone, At&t Uverse and one line...
No one 'raises profits to increase profits', least of all because that isn't how it works. Higher prices don't just automatically guarantee higher profits.
And I love the way that people condemn at&t for doing somet...
Now ATT is closing down the system that my pho...
I'm sure most perfer everything unlimited