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AT&T Boosts Mobile Share Data Allotments to 50GB

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Mar 18, 2013, 11:36 AM


Let's how many consumer customers will pay this price. ATT, you have to do better, when it comes to plans. Following their current price of $10 per gig is ridiculous, when you consider all the fees you still have to pay. Waive the additional line fee for at least two extra lines, or something. The average bill be ridiculous, when it's all said and done. Better yet, reduce the 30 gig to $150, 50 gig to $250, with the $15 overage. That's better than what they're offering.
yea burge king have it you way!!!!! 😁 😁 😁 😁
These plans aren't really for consumers. They are for Small Businesses.

Mar 19, 2013, 4:43 PM

Hoping to escape "cell-hell" Montana....

Good grief! I thought nobody in the galaxy uses over 2GB eh A Fee & Fee? What consumer account would then need to shell out these obnoxious amounts of dough for all this data? The Dugger Family if they can manage to have 230 more kids? Cant wait to get out of "cell hell" Montana with the scummy duopoly of ATT & VZW only. You folks who have the option of Sprint & T-Mobile don't know how lucky you are!!!!

Mar 18, 2013, 11:48 AM

50GB for $500

What a deal! I'll take 2 please. πŸ™„
If you call in the next twenty minutes, they throw in free end tables at no charge.

Mar 18, 2013, 1:13 PM

Hmm,...$335 for 50GB's with ATT, or. . .

UNLIMITED data on T-Mobile LTE that will cover 200m by the end of the year, aaaand has HSPA 42 as a fallback instead of woosie HSPA 21 where ATT just stopped all of a sudden.

I hope T-Mobile is given the attn by consumers it deserves, their making a lot of exciting upgrades, and things will only get better when the spectrum from MetroPCS is combined!!!
Have you every thought about the reason why T-mobile has less than half the customers that AT&T does. Or why T-Mobile has even less customer than Sprint?
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