“Starting tomorrow, AT&T will be revamping its Mobile Share Value plans by adjusting data tiers and plan prices for new and current subscribers,” Zac Hall reports for 9to5Mac.
“At the low end, AT&T is consolidating a few data tiers into just two options with different price points,” Hall reports. “Meanwhile, AT&T’s double digit data tiers are also being reduced, and some subscribers can potentially end up with more data at no extra cost per month or get a better rate on even higher data tiers.”
Hall reports, “While AT&T’s 300MB option for $20/month remains unchanged (and not recommended), the carrier is consolidating single digit data tiers from three options down to just two…”
More info about the new plans in the full article here.
MacDailyNews Take: Hello, Verizon? How about adding free Apple Music cellular streaming like T-Mobile, at least?