Shared Data plans now available from U.S. Cellular
0. phoneArena 14 Oct 2013, 11:11 posted on
U.S. Cellular has joined the other carriers in the states who are offering Shared Data plans; up to 10 consumer or 25 business devices can share data. First, you start with the monthly device connection charge which includes unlimited talk and text, This runs $40 for a smartphone, $30 for a basic phone, $20 for a mobile hot spot and $10 for a tablet...
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1. Yaldabaoth (Posts: 29; Member since: 06 Jun 2012)
The text ("1GB available for $60") does not currently match the picture ("Starter Byte: 1 Gb for $50"). The text doesn't make sense, either, as the $15/1Gb overages would make it cheaper to just get the 300Mb and go over than get the 1Gb.
As a USCC customer, this _could_ save money based on actual usage, but a lot of existing Belief plans have better terms in terms of potential usage (2 lines at 1500 Minutes/Unlimited Texts/5Gb per line for ~$150). It's a mixed bag.
2. Jommick (Posts: 169; Member since: 10 Sep 2013)
Wow, AT&T ends up cheaper than this. 300MB, unlimited talk and text for $70 for a smartphone. 1GB= $85; 2GB = $95. It breaks even at 4GB at a total of $110.