AT&T To Introduce New Mobile Share Plans On October 25th

Posted: Oct 12 2013, 8:20am CDT | by , Updated: Oct 12 2013, 8:28am CDT, in Technology News


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AT&T to Introduce New Mobile Share Plans on October 25th

AT&T plans to scrap its per-device data services. Instead it is to shift to Mobile Share plans that will provide unrestricted calls and SMS facility.

AT&T is to introduce something new in place of the old. Its previous individualized package is being replaced with a collectivized information delivery service termed as Mobile Share plans. Over ten gadgets could be used via this facility. The Mobile Share plans have been the choice of a newer audience since their inception in 2012. Over 13 million devices have connectivity courtesy of these plans. The plans arrive in 11 phases.

These run the gamut from 300 megabytes (for $20) to 50 gigabytes (for $500). The devices have assorted fees that are paid on a monthly basis. For an added $30 or $50 per month, smart phones can be availed too. The rate for tablets is $10; for wireless residential phones is $20; and for laptops and ordinary telephones is $20 and $30 respectively.

This transformation was bound to occur. The method of usage as far as phones and sundry gadgets are concerned had completely changed. Mobile Share gave greater bang for the buck and so it was the obvious choice for AT&T’s clientele.

More than 90% of the new customers chose this service over the former defunct one. In particular iPhone and iPad owners will benefit from this novel scheme. October 25th is the date when the old setup will die a natural death and the new sensation of AT&T Mobile Share will be born.

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