In order to stay competitive, especially with the likes of T-Mobile consistently and constantly on the tails of the big four nationwide carriers, AT&T has decided it’s high-time to fight back. So, baby steps, it would seem. First off, the Mobile Share plans that have been going into great effect recently at the company, will see a $15 price drop.
That’s from the starting $55 monthly value, which now becomes just $40. This translates to other plans: if a user paid $95 for an individual 2GB plan, he/she would be $30 richer each month, while other users with a $135 bill for two lines can whittle their monthly costs down by $45.
However, there is a catch: if you’re on contract and want a new phone will have to join the AT&T Next plan, or buy that new shiny phone at full retail price; still, it could be worse. But it isn’t, thankfully.