AT&T shared data plans are nearing, evidence suggests
0. phoneArena posted on 17 Jul 2012, 05:03
We know that AT&T is to unveil shared data plans at some point in the future, and leaked spy shots indicate that the carrier has already tuned its system in order to accommodate them. But are the new offers ready to be made official, and is their announcement right around the corner? That is quite possible, it seems, judging by text messages that the carrier is sending to its customers...
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1. jroc74 posted on 17 Jul 2012, 06:19 0 0
And so it begins....
Wonder what Sprint and T Mo will come up with, or will they stay the same?
2. -box- posted on 17 Jul 2012, 07:44 2 0
I really hope AT&T offers just data bundles, tiered at a reasonable price. Verizon forcing everyone to go on unlimited minutes is unnecessary, and definitely so for AT&T with their unlimited mobile calling feature. I would speculate something along the lines of their existing models, but open to multiple lines, that is, $30 for 3GB, $50 for 5, and maybe $75 for 10. In my view that would work well and present a very competitive and comprehensive setup, and seem feasible for customer and carrier alike
6. Jyakotu posted on 17 Jul 2012, 11:47 0 0
I agree. Although AT&T and Verizon usually offer the exact same plans, AT&T seems to really try to differentiate themselves when it comes to data plans. If they're going to do something of shared data plans, I think what would set them apart is if they offered some type of "rollover data." I think AT&T should offer unlimited minutes and texts too, mainly just to save people from having to purchase the additional unlimited text + any mobile to mobile package for $20. Your price points for the tired data bundle seems very legit and reasonable as well, so long as AT&T doesn't do the device access fee for their new plans.
3. Malique001 posted on 17 Jul 2012, 08:25 0 0
Verizon reps were correct when stating that AT&T was next and coming soon. So unfortunate.
4. fervid posted on 17 Jul 2012, 08:57 0 0
Probably coming, but that pic looks fake. Data and Unlimited Overage lines are wrong.
5. EvoHero posted on 17 Jul 2012, 11:24 0 0
I'm a little confused as to what "Unlimited Overage" even means.
9. devon613 posted on 17 Jul 2012, 21:45 0 0
no its not i work for att and it mean u can use as much as u want but you will get the overage charges wich is 10 bucks per gig so it is correct.
7. md227a posted on 17 Jul 2012, 12:18 1 0
As long as they dont pull what VZW is doing if you upgrade you lose you unl data plan. Otherwise I am just buying phones outright! Even though I only avg 1.5-2gigs a month
8. android_sucks posted on 17 Jul 2012, 20:14 0 0
I agree!!! I currently have a grandfathered unlim data plan and I buy my phones from ebay. Currently rocking an LG Quantum!!!
10. CRICKETownz posted on 17 Jul 2012, 22:11 0 0
well if you have admitted that unlimited data isn't really necessary...is it really worth paying full retail price on a phone if your usage fits reasonable tier data pricing?
11. md227a posted on 18 Jul 2012, 10:47 0 0
Although I avg 1.5-2GIGs there are months where my usage is closer to 5-6gis if I am traveling. I dont want to pay extra if I dont have to, unl is peace of mind.