In a bid to remain competitive in the mobile industry, AT&T has just slashed the prices of its individual and multi line Mobile Share Value plans to $65 and $90 respectively, the former being a $15 discount on the original price.
With this plan, users can get 2GB of data, unlimited talk, domestic and international texts (in over 190 countries) as well as several other freebies such as 50GB of free cloud storage and a $100 bill credit for activating a new postpaid line. So there’s plenty on offer if you’re getting a device off contract through the second largest carrier in the U.S. This move has been possibly triggered by the price slashes from T-Mobile, which is currently ruling the roost as far as consumer friendly plans go.
AT&T tried to lure T-Mobile customers into their network by basically offering them $450 in services. However, this plan was short lived and backfired heavily on AT&T subsequently. But the company recently showed off its Mobile Share Value plans for large families and business relying on shared data, which was a relative hit among the users.