Not long after Verizon’s launch of its shared data plans, it looks like AT&T is ready to announce its own shared data plans. Called AT&T Mobile Share, it allows consumers to combine as many as 10 devices under one monthly data allotment. The plan is designed for consumers who are reluctant to sign up for new plans just to provide data to another device they own. With AT&T Mobile Share, consumers start by selecting a base amount of data they want per month (including unlimited talk & text). They then pay additional fees for each smartphone, tablet, laptop etc that will share the data.
Depending on the amount of data you want each month, the amount it costs to add a smartphone to your plan will range from $45 (1GB) to $30 (20GB). Prices for feature phones, laptops, and tablets remain fixed at $30, $20 and $10 respectively. So depending on how much data you need and how many devices you have, it could be cheaper/more expensive than Verizon’s offerings. Find out more about AT&T’s Mobile Share plans on its website. What do you think about AT&T Mobile Share? Would it bring you more savings than the current plan(s) that you have right now?
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