American top wireless carriers such as Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile were active in whipping up promotions and making moves to maintain their number of subscribers and enticing new users on their fold for the past few months, and AT&T would like get back into the thick of things and geared up to mix it up with its top rivals.
To ensure that the loyal AT&T subscribers will not stray away and at the same time attract more users, the company is set to release a sweet offer which it dubs as Mobile Share 7GB plan today.
To date the top GSM carrier in the US, AT&T will provide several options for its Mobile Share that will range from an entry-level of 300MB up to hefty 50GB of shared data that is good for up to 10 devices.
The plan covers up to 10 devices such as mobile handsets (basic or smartphones), tablets and even hotspot devices. The plan will also allow all the devices to share the unlimited talk and unlimited text features over a single data plan. There is a base price for each of the plan and monthly charge for each added line.
The new promo brings in advantages especially to the users who carry with them phones in AT&T.
The Mobile Share 7GB begins at $75 per month plus a fee per phone. For mobile handsets that are locked in two year contract, this option will require a $40 monthly fee. For mobile devices out of contract, basic phones, smartphones brought to AT&T or covered by AT&T’s Next installment payment, the plan is priced at $15 per phone. Tablets are priced at $10 monthly, whereas hotspot devices and laptops are fetched at $20 monthly.
To get the feel of the offer, for instance a user who possesses two phones, one laptop and a basic phone and has opted for the network’s Mobile Share, this will imply that the subscriber will shell out $75 + $15 (x2) + $20 +$10= $135 per month to enjoy unlimited talk, unlimited text and 7GB of shared data with rollover data.
The rollover data dished out by AT&T will enable users to make the most of their unused portion of their data and will be rolled over in the succeeding month. Keep in mind that roll over feature is not continuously rolling over as it expires in one month, so the customers should use their allotted data before using the rollover.
AT&T has rolled out a press notice indicating that the 7GB of data will amount to 60 hours of hearing music, 12 hours of watching YouTube videos, 110 hours of internet surfing, 500 social media posts with images, 50 mobile app downloads and 5,000 emails (sent or received).