AT&T Slashes 2GB Mobile Share Prices

Not content to let T-Mobile hog all the revolutionary pricing moves again in 2014, AT&T is touting its EUbest-ever pricingEU in its latest wireless plan change. The second-largest wireless carrier has announced a $15 price dip in its 2GB Mobile Share Value Plan.

Until now, AT&TEUs 2GB plan cost $55 at the baseline. On Sunday, the company slashed the cost to $40, making it more competitive with lower-tier competitors like T-Mobile. Consumers can add other devices to their Mobile Share Value Plans for $25 per smartphone.

AT&TEUs Mobile Share Value Plans come with no strings attached. In other words, thereEUs a no annual service contract option. The plans offer unlimited talk and text, including unlimited messaging from the U.S. to countries around the world. AT&T is also sweetening the pot with 50GB of free cloud storage in whatEUs called the AT&T Locker.

Writing Is On the Wall

We caught up Jeff Kagan, an independent technology analyst, to get his take on the latest in the mobile price wars. He told us AT&T is clearly continuing its evolution.

EUTrends in the wireless industry continue to grow and change and AT&T is sticking with those trends -- and in fact driving them,EU Kagan said. EUAT&T customers had the choice of two plans until today. A 1 GB plan costing $45 per month, and a 2GB plan costing $55.EU

In his analysis, Kagan noted that this is a significant savings in that it gives consumers more data at a lower cost. Although the concept has not spread far and wide across the industry yet, he boldly predicted this is the direction the wireless industry is headed. The writing, he said, is on the wall.

Next, Natural Step

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AT&T Slashes 2GB Mobile Share Prices

Not content to let T-Mobile hog all the revolutionary pricing moves again in 2014, AT&T is touting its EUbest-ever pricingEU in its latest wireless plan change. The second-largest wireless carrier has announced a $15 price dip in its 2GB Mobile Share Value Plan.

Until now, AT&TEUs 2GB plan cost $55 at the baseline. On Sunday, the company slashed the cost to $40, making it more competitive with lower-tier competitors like T-Mobile. Consumers can add other devices to their Mobile Share Value Plans for $25 per smartphone.

AT&TEUs Mobile Share Value Plans come with no strings attached. In other words, thereEUs a no annual service contract option. The plans offer unlimited talk and text, including unlimited messaging from the U.S. to countries around the world. AT&T is also sweetening the pot with 50GB of free cloud storage in whatEUs called the AT&T Locker.

Writing Is On the Wall

We caught up Jeff Kagan, an independent technology analyst, to get his take on the latest in the mobile price wars. He told us AT&T is clearly continuing its evolution.

EUTrends in the wireless industry continue to grow and change and AT&T is sticking with those trends -- and in fact driving them,EU Kagan said. EUAT&T customers had the choice of two plans until today. A 1 GB plan costing $45 per month, and a 2GB plan costing $55.EU

In his analysis, Kagan noted that this is a significant savings in that it gives consumers more data at a lower cost. Although the concept has not spread far and wide across the industry yet, he boldly predicted this is the direction the wireless industry is headed. The writing, he said, is on the wall.

Next, Natural Step

Comments are closed.