AT&T Introduce New Plans That Eliminate Overages Ahead of iPhone 7

AT&T Introduce New Plans That Eliminate Overages Ahead of iPhone 7

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AT&T today announced new plans that eliminate data overage charges for wireless customers.

The new Mobile Share Advantage plans are available Aug. 21. Consumers and businesses alike can gain a wireless experience, without overage charges. Instead of overage charges, after customers use all of their high-speed data amounts, all data usage will be reduced to a maximum of 128 kbps for the rest of their bill cycle.

These new Mobile Share Advantage plans include unlimited domestic talk and text, Rollover DataSM, sharable data, multiple international perks and mobile hotspot capability. They also include more data at a lower cost per megabyte than some plans offered by AT&T today. The plans start at 1GB and go all the way up to 200GB.

For example, if you have 2 smartphone lines on a current Mobile Share Value 5GB plan for $100 per month, you can now get the new Mobile Share Advantage 6GB plan – 1 additional GB of data for the same price, plus no overages. If you need more data, for $20 more a month, you can get 10GB of data.

AT&T has also revised its 25GB and higher plans. They now offer a new 25GB plan for $190 per month for 4 smartphone lines (previously $235 per month) and their 30GB plan is now $215 per month for 4 smartphone lines (previously $285 per month). Customers can add up to 10 lines on both plans.

For smartphones with no annual contract (for example, on AT&T Next, AT&T Next Every Year, or other installment agreements, Bring Your Own, purchase at full price, or month to month term), customers will pay a $20 access charge per smartphone a month for Mobile Share Advantage and $15 per smartphone line a month on Mobile Share Advantage for Business. The access charge for basic/features phones will be $20 a month per phone on both plans.

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AT&T Introduce New Plans That Eliminate Overages Ahead of iPhone 7

clown - August 18, 2016 at 5:23am
Well what is the access charge $190 ( tax,911 sir charges, add $30-40 a month alone. Add access charge 10-40 month, . What access charge is $40 bucks
trollbot - August 18, 2016 at 4:20am
what's wrong with the title on this news? overages?
ClayDaddy5 - August 17, 2016 at 6:56pm
Look at the fine print. There is a catch. If you bring your own, pay for device outright, or utilize AT&T Next installment plan, the monthly access fee goes from $15 per phone to $20. Depending on the number of phones that you have and the plan that you choose, it could end up costing you more.
Twzlr - August 17, 2016 at 6:04pm
I made the switch to T-Mobile and am much happier.
YOU - August 17, 2016 at 6:02pm
Looks like they finally crawled out of their troll hole and opened their glued eyelids to finally witness the message the tmobile plans left hanging over ther headquarters for quite some time.