As other carriers continue to tweak their own plans, AT&T is still busy doing the same, and throwing in extra storage along the way. The Big Blue network has just announced that they are altering two of their Mobile Share Value plans, adding more data for the same old price.
On Friday, October 31, AT&T announced that they will be upping the data allotment for two of their Mobile Share Value plans. Previously, for $40 or $70 per month a subscriber could get either 2GB of 4GB of data per month, respectively. Now, though, AT&T has bumped up the plans to 3GB or 6GB, depending on your needs. The prices will stay the same.
The plans break down like this:
- 300MB per month for $20
- 1GB per month for $25
- 3GB per month for $40
- 6GB per month for $70
Each plan also has a monthly access charge that gets attached to any smartphones connected to the plan. If a subscriber opts to buy their device outright or chooses to go with AT&T Next, then the access charge is $25 per month. If a subscriber chooses the two-year contract, though, the monthly access charge bumps up to $40 per month.
A silver lining, though, is the extension of their promotion that sees the doubling of data for the same price. If a new or existing customer proactively signs up for a plan between 15GB and 50GB, AT&T will double the monthly data allotment without increasing the price. For example, the 15GB plan goes up to 30GB at no additional charge. The promotion has been extended to Saturday, November 15.