AT&T Details Mobile Hotspot Pricing

arlier this week AT&T announced that their Inspire 4G would be arriving on February 13th with a $99 price tag.  Not only would this handset usher in AT&T’s 4G smart phone era, but it would also see the introduction of their Mobile Hotspot application.  Unfortunately, AT&T remained tight-lipped about the pricing and allowed data when making their phone announcement.  Today sees us learning how they plan to offer up the service.

The feature, which will run $45/month, will allow up to 4GB of data as part of a bundle with the Data Pro data plan. In other words, it comes out to $25/month for Data Pro (2GB) and another $20/month for the Mobile Hotspot app and an additional 2GB of data. Should a user go over the allotted 4GBs, it will run $10/GB on all connected devices.

Any takers?

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1 Comment

  1. Maleet Johnson
    February 02, 18:46 Reply

    This provider going nuts with their prices. Their service isn’t even that great. Its always nice to know that at the end of the day they just want to eff their customers over and over.

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