To reach more customers, AT&T will offer tablet users a $5 day-pass for mobile data; it's also offering a $25 prepaid plan for 1GB of data over three months.
AT&T is requiring all new customers to sign up for Mobile Share plans that offer unlimited voice and text, but offer a single pool of data for multiple devices. Existing customers can hold onto their current plans. U.S. Cellular is also moving to shared data plans.
Aio is now available online nationwide, following a limited regional rollout.
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Verizon is the latest carrier to jump on the no-contract craze. Let's see how its offering stacks up against already-announced plans.
If you want a massive mobile data plan and don't mind paying gobs of money for it, AT&T is now happy to oblige.
Gigsky's forthcoming app will let users comparison shop for the best data plans when they take their mobile devices abroad.
Looking to add your AT&T iPad to a Mobile Share data plan? It's (still) not as easy as it should be.