AT&T Is Eliminating Excess Fees

Dislike paying overage charges? You might desire to look into a set of brand-new strategies from ATamp; T.

Beginning this Sunday, ATamp; T will offer brand-new and streamlined Mobile Shared Benefit plannings. Rather than charging an excess charge after customers use all their data, ATamp; T will throttle information to 128 kbps (2G) for the remainder of the billing cycle. According to ATamp; T, this indicates things like podcasts, video streaming, image and video messaging, and some apps will be affected. You can also buy extra gigabytes if the speed is too sluggish for your tastes.

According to CNN Cash, customers presently pay $15 per gigabyte in overage charges.

But while excess charges are history, youll pay the exact same quantity for less information with a few of the lower-end strategies. For instance, whereas prior to you paid $30 a month for 2GB, now that only buys you 1GB, before the throttling kicks in, as Lifehacker points out. Here are the price points for other plannings:

  • 1GB: $30
  • 3GB: $40
  • 6GB: $60
  • 10GB: $80
  • 16GB: $90
  • 25GB: $110
  • 30GB: $135

There is likewise an extra $10 to $40 gain access to charge per month per gadget.

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