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AT&T and Verizon now offering more data for less

By Himanshu Arora ยท 5 replies
Nov 3, 2014
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  1. Nearly a month after Verizon and AT&T doubled the data available on their higher-tier shared plans, both companies have announced similar promotions for their mid-tier and low-tier plans, respectively.

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  2. psycros

    psycros TS Evangelist Posts: 1,799   +1,211

    "Something worth noting is that AT&T charges a monthly "smartphone access charge" of $40 from those who sign a standard two year contract, and $25 from those who opt for Next, a plan that allows AT&T customers trade in and upgrade their smartphones or tablets every year."

    LOL, just when you think AT&T can't become a bigger joke.
     
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  3. gamoniac

    gamoniac TS Guru Posts: 305   +71

    Thanks for the access fee info. I didn't know about it. Also noteworthy is that I had to call an AT&T rep to upgrade my plan to 3GB at no cost. The plan will NOT upgrade automatically.
     
  4. Greg S

    Greg S TechSpot Staff Posts: 985   +422

    Yet Verizon: Unlimited Data: $30 then 4gb of data used to be $30 then 2gb of data was $30. Prices are still going up quite a bit.
     
  5. tonylukac

    tonylukac TS Evangelist Posts: 1,366   +67

    I have a solution. Surf the web at home while not driving, att 300g for fifteen dollars.
     
  6. JennK

    JennK TS Rookie

    I recently changed my plan from an unlimited plan because it wasn't truely unlimited. It had a data capture at 22GB. Once you had reached the cap, your Internet was slowed down to a snails pace of 2G instead of 4G on a LIE network. Believe me once I found out about the no overage charges for family share mobile plans over 10GB. I decided to save myself some money and monthly stress of the monthly billing for 4 devices. All on top of the Note 7 recall, as well as patiently awaiting my account to be properly reconciled and credited.

    I am hopeful for a new and more reasonably priced unlimited share plan to my families wireless needs.
     

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