U.S. mobile provider C Spire will soon be debuting a new feature for customers for its big data customers, shared rolling data, which it says is an industry first.

C Spire, which said it was the first to introduce rolling data plans last November, will be expanding these shared rolling data benefits to 10, 15 and 30 GB shared data plans beginning Jan. 19. Customers on these plans will automatically be converted to the updated version with rolling shared data at no additional cost, plus customers on other plans may switch to a rolling shared data plan also at no cost.

It’s simple enough to understand, but C Spire explained further in a media release, stating that the way it works is any unused data from the previous month will be rolled over to the next month for sharing among all users up to the plan’s included monthly data amount. C Spire does not force consumers to use plan data first or eliminate any unused rollover data at the end of each month, instead, rolled over data can be accumulated, shared and used among all individuals up to the plan’s included monthly data amount.

If C Spire isn’t your current provider, it’s nice to know that the provider lets customers use their data as they please, with tethering included in the smartphone plans, plus it includes unlimited talk, text and photos along with data overage protection and optional top-up data passes on the company’s nationwide 4G+ LTE mobile broadband network.

VIA C Spire

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