Following Verizon‘s switch to shared data last month, AT&T has finally announced their own version.
It works in the same way as Verizon’s: You choose how much data you want to be shared by your devices, then add a separate fee for each phone or tablet or gaming device you want to share that data.
For example, if you wanted to share 10GB of data between 2 smartphones, a Sony Vita, and an iPad, your bill would look like this:
$120 (data) + $30 (1st phone) + $30 (2nd phone) + $10 (Vita) + $10 (iPad) = $200 a month.
So, will this change help or hurt you? Are you going to avoid upgrading your phone so you can cling to your grandfathered Unlimited Data plan?
We’d love to hear your opinions… please call in to our hotline at 707-OK-GEEKS and leave us a voicemail with your thoughts!
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