AT&T drops price of 10GB shared data plan

AT&T drops price of 10GB shared data plan

AT&T recently adjusted their Mobile Share Plans for the 10GB (an up) data plans, making for a more affordable experience. Effective yesterday, February 2, users with two smartphones can purchase unlimited voice and messaging with 10GB of data for $130/ month. Adding additional smartphones results in a $15 per line, per month; this rate applies for up to 10 lines of service. This is, of course, for AT&T’s Next plans, and does not apply toward GoPhones.

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