AT&T unveils Mobile Share, lets you add 10 devices to a single plan

AT&T unveils Mobile Share, lets you add 10 devices to a single plan

We knew it was coming and even Ralph de la Vega himself publicly admitted that it was in the pipeline, but today AT&T has whipped the covers from its new shared data plans. Mobile Share will enable customers to use a single data allocation across all of their devices, with unlimited calls and text. You’re entitled to use up to 10 devices on a single plan, of which at least one must be a smartphone. Users can pick how much data they expect to use each month, paying an additional levy to add the rest of their family’s handsets (or just your own, if you’re Steve Wozniak). They’ll roll out in late August and will sit alongside the current individual and family offerings, with the company allowing current customers to make a switch without forcing them into a contract extension. We’ve got the pricing structure and PR for you for you after the break if you’re sweaty-palmed in anticipation for the launch.

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AT&T unveils Mobile Share, lets you add 10 devices to a single plan originally appeared on Engadget on Wed, 18 Jul 2012 07:01:00 EST.

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