Data on your phone bill can be costly, and the good folks at AT&T have realized this and created a solution that could make it a bit easier on your pockets. Today the phone company is rolling out shared data plans, allowing customers to pay for data that can cover up to 10 devices, from smartphones and tablets to laptops and gaming devices.Dubbed “Mobile Share,” the wireless provider will offer the plan to customers starting in August. Each of the six plan options includes tethering and unlimited domestic calls and texts for smartphones and basic or quick messaging phones.For whatever plan you choose, you pay a flat monthly rate and a surcharge for each device you add to the plan. Plans range from 1 GB a month for $40 to 20 GB a month for $200. AT&T is charging $10 per tablet, $20 per hotspot, and up to $45 for each smartphone.
“Today we think of people’s smartphones and tablets sharing a bucket of data. But in the future we’ll see health care monitors, connected cars, security systems and other devices in the home all connected to the mobile Internet,” David Christopher, chief marketing officer, AT&T Mobility, said in a statement. “Our Mobile Share plans are simple, easy and a great value for individuals or families with multiple mobile Internet devices.”
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