AT&T Unveils New Mobile Share Value Plans With More Data

AT&T Unveils New Mobile Share Value Plans With More Data

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AT&T has announced new promotional Mobile Share Value plans that launch tomorrow, offering 15GB for the previous price of 10GB. Customers on a new 15GB plan or higher will also receive unlimited talk and text to Mexico and Canada.

“Tomorrow, we roll out new plans for everyone, including a plan that gives 50% more data than on our most popular plan. And we’re not done yet,” said David Christopher, chief marketing officer, AT&T Mobility.

AT&T Unveils New Mobile Share Value Plans With More Data

If you need even more data, 25GB, 30GB, 40GB and 50GB plans are also available. And for business customers, plans up to 200GB are available. Two year contracts are also still available at $40 per line in select locations.

AT&T Mobile Share Value plans still include the added benefits of Rollover Data and additional savings when combined with AT&T NextSM. If a customer purchases a device on our installment payment plan, AT&T Next, or brings their own phone they will continue to receive a $25 per line discount for unlimited calling and texting on 15GB plans or higher. AT&T Next customers on other Mobile Share Value plans receive a $15 discount per month.

To sign-up customers can go to myAT&T or online, visit a store or call, starting tomorrow.

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AT&T Unveils New Mobile Share Value Plans With More Data
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ktula - August 17, 2015 at 6:58pm
AT&T's plan also comes with complimentary monitoring by the NSA. And no, you can't opt out of that.
JoshvanHulst - August 17, 2015 at 7:05pm
You couldn't say that anymore better! They are so disgusting!
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NoGoodNick - August 15, 2015 at 8:37pm
Given Att's history with data plans, I don't care WHAT they call it, I only care when they throttle you: 1G, 2g, 5G?
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Sr avila - August 16, 2015 at 12:09pm
They will not throttle your service when you have a limited plan, they want you to go over your usage that way they can charge you more.
JoshvanHulst - August 17, 2015 at 4:21pm
They always throttle with the Unlimited Data plans, especially when you are using lots of data during peak or congested areas
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