AT&T Announces Rollover Data for Mobile Share Customers

AT&T Announces Rollover Data for Mobile Share Customers

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Following T-Mobile Data Stash program, AT&T has announced that it will rollover unused data for Mobile Share customers. AT&T says any data unused will be sharable for one month after.

We’re proud to offer Rollover Data to our new and current Mobile Share Value customers. With Rollover Data, unused plan data rolls over for one month. What’s more, if you’re on a Mobile Share Value plan, you don’t even have to do anything to get it— Rollover Data is automatically part of your plan. Learn more about Mobile Share Value plans.

If you have our 15GB AT&T Mobile Share Value plan and only use 10GB, you’ll roll over 5GB (your Rollover Data balance) to the next month for a total of 20GB to be used within the next month. There’s no cap on the amount of unused plan data within a given month that’s eligible for rollover. However, Rollover Data automatically expires after one billing period, and unused Rollover Data won’t carry over to the next month.


“Rollover Data is an added benefit of being an AT&T Mobile Share Value customer and it’s just another way that we’re saying thanks to our more than 50 million plus Mobile Share Value subscribers,” said Glenn Lurie, President and CEO, AT&T Mobility. “We’re providing even more value and flexibility, and the best part is it’s simple, shareable and easy to track for our customers. All Mobile Share Value customers get this automatically.”

Unlike T-Mobile's Data Stash program, which carries unused data for 12 months, AT&T's program only rollovers unused data for one month. AT&T says customer will use their plan allotment first, before using their rollover data.

AT&T says rollover data will automatically be applied to all plans starting January 25 free of charge. Legacy Mobile Share Plans and other older data plans are not eligible for rollover data.

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MUKAI - January 8, 2015 at 1:41pm
Ehhh it's like T-Mobile and Att are playing the cat and mouse game where T-Mobile does it because their data services suck, and att does it because it's expensive and also sucks in some places.
Vang - January 7, 2015 at 9:12pm
Att should allow a rollover like in minutes. Well when it was still the case. Minutes now are unlimited. Soon I think data will be unlimited. The consumption is to demanding. Just we'll pay more for it. I use to have a $35 bill. I use to bytch about that. Now it's $250 and I'm still paying monthly and on time. We're all suckers.
Davidtv - January 7, 2015 at 6:46pm
Good to have competition in rollover data but AT&T is launching half backed plan, T-Mobile is good with 10GB stash………………… http://www.telecomvibe.com
Lolwut - January 7, 2015 at 9:56pm
Uncarrier literally.
samt65 - January 7, 2015 at 6:07pm
T -MOBILE IS A GOD SEND FOR THE USA,COMPETITION AT ITS FINEST AND THE CUSTOMER GETS THE BENEFIT!! COME TO CANADA AND SEE ,THY WILL RAPE YOU WHILE LAUGHING IF YOU JUST SAY THE WORD ROLLOVER
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