AT&T to change Data Pay-Per-Use price

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AT&T to change Data Pay-Per-Use price
A leaked internal document has given information about AT&T’s plans to change its Data Pay-Per-Use (PPU) price. Starting July 31, the PPU rate will be $2 per megabyte for new postpaid activations. Keep in mind the charging will be rounded up, so for example, if you have generated 1.2 MB of traffic by the end of the billing period, you will be charged $4. The new rate will apply to existing postpaid customers who change their voice plan (including the upgrades), downgrade from a Data MRC plan to a Data PPU one, request the new rate or call for a data credit. Some more specific plans (such as Legacy Family Talk) will be excluded from the change. Check out the picture for a full list of those and more details about the (possibly) upcoming change.

source: WMExperts


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