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Thread: AT&T Announces New Mobile Share Plans for Businesses and Customers

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    Default AT&T Announces New Mobile Share Plans for Businesses and Customers


    AT&T has Monday afternoon announced some all-new shared data plans to be made available for business customers starting March 22, 2013:

    Quote Originally Posted by AT&T
    The new plans are ideal for businesses, as well as consumers who need more data, and build on AT&T’s existing Mobile Share plans with expanded options of 30 GB, 40 GB and 50 GB, including unlimited calls and texts. In addition, AT&T is offering new Mobile Share – Data plans for businesses and consumers and new Business Pooled Nation for Data plans for business customers.
    The plans will offer large pools of data, including a 30GB option, 40GB option, and 50GB option. AT&T states that any customer can sign up for these data plans if they feel like they need more data, whether they're with a business or not.

    The 30GB data option with unlimited talk and text will cost $300 per month with an additional $30 per month per device, the 40GB data option with unlimited talk and text will cost $400 per month with an additional $30 per month per device, and finally the 50GB data option with unlimited talk and text will cost $500 per month with an additional $30 per month per device.

    For those that plan to only use data, and aren’t much of talkers or texters, AT&T will also offer the 30GB, 40GB, and 50GB data options as data-only plans for less money. The 30GB data-only plan will cost $185 per month with an additional $30 per month per device, the 40GB data-only plan will cost $260 per month with an additional $30 per month per device, and the 50GB data-only play will cost $335 per month with an additional $30 per month per device.

    According to AT&T, businesses will be able to have up to 15 devices on the 30GB plan, up to 20 devices on the 40GB plan, and up to 25 devices on the 50GB plan. Adding phones to these plans will cost $30 more per month per device, adding laptops, quick-connect cards, or netbooks to these plans will cost $20 more per device per month, and adding tablets or gaming devices to these plans will cost $10 more per device per month.

    The additional data plans sure do give consumers more bang for their buck, but they’re definitely not cheap. The good news is at least AT&T is opening their maximum data spectrum.

    Sources: AT&T Press Release
    Last edited by Anthony Bouchard; 03-18-2013 at 01:10 PM.

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