Customers on a new 15GB plan or higher will also receive unlimited talk and text to Mexico and Canada, eh!
“There’s never been a better time to be an AT&T customer!!” exclaimed David Christopher, chief marketing officer, AT&T Mobility.
I'm assuming we will remain grandfathered into our current plans until we explicitly choose otherwise?They've restructured them all:
I got the chart from a Cnet article. And, I might upgrade to the 5GB plan from my 3GB for $10 more. Wifi in my house sucks and I approach 3GB monthly. Rather pay $10/month more for 2 extra GB than $15/each additional GB overage.I'm assuming we will remain grandfathered into our current plans until we explicitly choose otherwise?
I think I may change my current 3 GB plan to the new $10-cheaper 2 GB plan… I don't leave the house nearly enough to warrant paying more for the 3 GB monthly plan.
PS: I like your chart better than the one AT&T provided on their press release.
I'm debating canceling my home internet and phone with Verizon FiOS but keeping the TV. I don't do much on the internet anyway. If I need to do something major, I can use my work internet. What do you think?50+ GB/month is a lot. Are you tethering your phone rather than paying an ISP for home internet?
50+ GB/month is a lot. Are you tethering your phone rather than paying an ISP for home internet?
Nope, I've got wifi at home (and have to use it, my apartment is a faraday cage and cell service doesn't work inside)You don't have wifi?