AT&T bumps data caps on $40 and $70 Mobile Share Value plans


It looks like AT&T is in a generous mood lately. Following their data doubling promo on shared plans, they’re doing the same thing to the $40 and $70 Mobile share Value plans – 2GB ($40) becomes 3GB and 4GB ($70) is now 6GB. This is not bad if you were considering joining AT&T.

AT&T mentions that ”If you buy a smartphone on AT&T NextSM and sign up for the Mobile Share Value plan with 3GB of data, you’ll pay $65 a month for your wireless service on that smartphone.” If you do the math, it’s $40 (3GB) a month for the plan plus $25 for the phone.

To make things even sweeter, the double data offer has been extended to November 15, 2014. Current and new customers who have family and business plans can take advantage of it by reaching out to AT&T. For more information, hit the source link below.


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