AT&T throws in more data with its middle tier Mobile Share Value plans

AT&T throws in more data with its middle tier Mobile Share Value plans
Starting this Sunday, November 2nd, AT&T is adding some extra gigabytes to the data allotment in its mid-range Mobile Share Value Plans.

Currently, $40 buys 2GB in the Mobile Share Value Plan. Beginning Sunday, that plan increases to 3GB. runs $40 per month. The $70, 4GB plan increases to 6GB. Both of the new plans represent a 50% increase in data across the board.

While not detailed, the new $70/6GB plan will presumably replace the current $80/6GB plan, and this looks like a permanent change. The rest of AT&T’s Mobile Share Value Plans are not changed, though at the moment, all plans that normally come with 15GB of data or more offer double the data, a promotion that has been extended to November 15th.

After the data is purchased, each line for these middle-end Mobile Share plans costs $25 on AT&T Next or not contract. Devices on a two-year agreement cost $40 each. All Mobile Share Value Plans include unlimited talk, SMS/MMS, and international SMS/MMS to over 120 countries.

sources: AT&T via PhoneScoop


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