• SGB101

    Is this cheap? Seems steep.

    • RKSoni

      No, it is not cheap, T-Mobile offers family plan for four members for just $160 and each member will enjoy 2.5GB data…. see comparative table http://www.telecomvibe.com

      • Tinkerbell

        Thats not much data

      • Ivan

        You do understand that T Mobile plan you are talking about is the same as ATT one, right? You have to pay $100 for 10GB plus $15 for each line. For 4 lines that makes up to $60. So the total cost would be $100 for plan plus $60 for 4 lines which is $160 and you have 10GB. When you divide it by 4 you come up to conclusion that each one of them has 2.5GB. So what is exactly is your point?

  • yankeesusa

    Not steep at all. Most people never go over 3gb. So for 2 lines with unlimited text and talk and 10gb of data to share at $130, that is not bad at all. Not only today but I think you can add a tablet to share for only $10 a month. The same plan with Verizon is over $250 a month. T-Mobile is $120 but you’ll get less coverage.

    • SGB101

      Does this include 2 devices at that is $75 per line. For that money in the UK that’s about the the standard price of an unlimited phone/text/data with the a top end device sgs4/one X /iPhone, with no money up front over 24 months.

      We don’t have family plans, we may but they are not wide spread, we do have business plans that are cheaper but usually a second tear device.

      It st doesn’t seem a great deal even compared to ours, and we have an slightly hire average wage, so in real terms this is more expensive than our single plans.

      If you don’t get a device it’s day light robbery.

  • joe

    I love this plan then only thing that I have to complain about it is that I work at at&t and all these tweaks lately are hard to keep up with.

    • Gregory Young

      You need to find a new employer.

  • RKSoni

    In spite of this offer from AT&T, you have option to choose cheaper family plan from T-Mobile…. look for comparative sheet… http://www.telecomvibe.com

  • Elizabeth

    BEWARE! I have been on the phone with AT&T for 5 hours 40 minutes and am still on hold as we speak. They do not have a clue what they are doing. Each time I get transferred to a new person, the price goes up. According to the current rep, as soon as any change is made to ANY of our lines or we need to add a line, the $25 credit disappears on ALL of the lines. The current pricing for a 10 gig plan only charges $30 per line not $40. Since I need to add a line for my son, as soon as I make the change, all of our lines are going to be hit with the $40 charge instead of the current $30 and we won’t even get to see the $15 rate they advertise. This deal is not what it seems. It’s just a way for a greedy company to get more and more money out of you. If AT&T wants to keep customers they should simply stop screwing them over. I’m jumping ship. T-Mobile’s offer to pay off my early termination fees sounds like a good plan to me! AT&T’s attempt to keep my business had the opposite effect. It convinced me that we need to get away from such a poorly run company.

    • Micci

      The $40 charge is if you renew and purchase a new device from them (2yr contract), otherwise it’s $15 (you provide your own device).

    • Gregory Young

      Isn’t this a crock of #*&%@.

      • Gregory Young

        There is really so much more that I could say, but I better wait for emails. In my opinion, I think we need legal justice!

  • SanjayM

    I called ATT today about the new pricing. I was first told that I had to be out of the contract to get new pricing. Half and later the agent calls back and sends a text as well that I am eligible even though my last contract of the 4 phones I have,expires in Nov this year. Pleasantly surprised I call back and 15 mins later all is done with new pricing of 160 for 10 GB and 4 lines down by $70 plus taxes

  • Micci

    Average sales tax is 2.17% not including “administrative” costs. 2 lines on a 10gb plan (if I supply my own device) would be $187 BEFORE additional admin costs. If I sign a 2yr contract and buy a new phone, 2 lines on a 10gb plan would be $390 BEFORE additional admin cost.

    The hidden costs are the scariest. Taxes can fluctuate up to 4% which is terrifyingly ridiculous!! Here’s a great website to help.

    http://www.wireless.att.com/cell-phone-service/additionalcharges/changeZip.jsp

  • AT&T customer/ economist

    What folks in general overlook when grumbling about price, is value. Being a good consumer is about finding the best product not necessarily the best price. T-Mobile is destroying perception of value in this industry. Their coverage and service is terrible but by creating the illusion of value they succeed in winning new customers and in turn, ripping them off. In my opinion they are doomed to failure. Im glad AT&T will be lowering my bill but To me, paying $30 more a month for better service at AT&T is a good investment. P.S:Federal state and local communications taxes/ fees add about 17% to your bill.

    • Gregory Young

      What folks in general overlook when grumbling about price, is value. Being a good consumer is about finding the best product not necessarily the best price. T-Mobile and AT&T is destroying perception of value in this industry. Their coverage and service is terrible but by creating the illusion of value they succeed in winning new customers and in turn, ripping them off (that’s us). In my opinion they are doomed to failure. I’m glad Verizon will be offering yet a better deal, no hassle, genuine total coverage at superior value. To me, paying $30 more a month for better service at Verizon is a good investment.

  • donger

    Not a bad plan at all.

  • sammy sultan

    Are the long-terms costs of the new Mobile Share plans worth it? https://vimeo.com/86745276

  • Butch Lewis

    I had 6 lines sharing 10g. Cost was $120 for 10g and $30 per line. My bill was $300. I switched to the new value plan and now I pay $100 for 10g and $15 per line. My bill is now $190. That’s a $110 per month savings. Thats a significant monthly savings.

  • Jen

    I switched and lost my 10 year old discount. I am not happy. I will be basically paying about 10 less per month except that I have a lot more data which is nice but I don’t really need. The cost will go up obviously when we upgrade phones which we are not likely to do unless we have to. Nothing is perfect.