AT&T has increased mobile data to 15GB per month for customers on its Mobile Share Value plan, but charges them another $10…
Telecommunications company AT&T just agreed to pay a $60 million fine to settle a case against it by the FTC for throttling “unlimited” customers’ plans. Now, the corporation is giving subscribers of its Mobile Share Value plan a “bonus” of more mobile data — increasing it to 15GB per month. However, the so-called bonus comes at a price — an extra $10 per month.
AT&T Mobile Share Value Plan Changes, Upping Mobile Data to 15GB (for an Extra $10 per Month)
The new AT&T Mobile Share Value Plan data upcharge comes as a surprise to customers. So, several have taken to social media to complain.
AT&T’s Mobile Share Value plans aren’t exactly inexpensive to begin with. The least costly option was previously $100 per month (before fees and taxes) for 20GB of rollover data. With the change, it’s now $110 per month for 35GB.
“Enjoy more data. Starting with your October 2019 bill, you’ll get an additional 15GB of data on your Mobile Share plan. This bonus data comes with a $10 price increase.”