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AT&T expands Mobile Share Plans with eyes toward business

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AT&T expands Mobile Share Plans with eyes toward business
The newest additions to Mobile Share

The newest additions to Mobile Share

Starting on March 22nd, AT&T is adding more options to the data plans it offers for its Mobile Share subscribers. Starting this Friday, 30GB ($300), 40GB ($400) and 50GB ($500) monthly data options will be available from AT&T. That expands on the current offerings which range from 1GB to 20GB of data shared each month. With Mobile Share, you get unlimited talk and text. First, you decide how much data you need monthly. Then, you decide how many phones will be on the plan. Consumers can put up to 10 smartphones on one plan. Business can put up to 10 phones on a 20GB data plan, 15 devices for a 30GB plan, 20 devices for a 40GB plan and 25 devices on a 50GB plan.

So let's say you want to put 5 smartphones on a plan where 10GB a month in data is selected. 10GB is $120, plus $30 for each phone. That works out $270 per month. Feature phones will cost you $30 per device monthly, Laptops and Notebooks $20 per device monthly and tablets $10 per device monthly. Businesses who need data sharing for more than 25 devices can use the AT&T Business Pooled Nation for Data plans, with buckets ranging from 300 MB to 10 GB and monthly prices from $20 to $80 for eligible devices. And of course, each data plan gives the user free access at 32,000 AT&T Hot Spots

Yes, it feels like you're selecting dinner at your favorite Chinese restaurant, but these plans are flexible and allow you to construct the plan that you suits your needs.

source: AT&T via Engadget



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posted on 19 Mar 2013, 00:50

1. idroidequis (Posts: 103; Member since: 23 Jan 2013)


Isnt my phone bill expensive enough?

posted on 19 Mar 2013, 06:01 2

2. bigdawg23 (Posts: 391; Member since: 25 May 2011)


It's aimed toward businesses as the title says.

posted on 19 Mar 2013, 18:39

3. networkdood (Posts: 6326; Member since: 31 Mar 2010)


Too bad the cost per GB could decrease as you increase your plan.

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