AT&T today announced some new Mobile Share Value plans that tweak the pricing from the old plans. Here’s how the new plans break down:
If you need more data, AT&T says that it’ll also offer 25GB, 30GB, 40GB, and 50GB plans. The 25GB plan will be priced at $175 per month, but AT&T hasn’t yet revealed how much the other three larger offerings will cost.
Compared to the old Mobile Share Value plans, these new offerings make a few tweaks. For example, the new 2GB/$30 plan splits the difference between the old 1GB/$25 and 3GB/$40 plans. AT&T is also swapping out its old 6GB/$70 plan for a 5GB/$50 plan and increasing the allotment of the 10GB/$100 plan to 15GB/$100. Finally, the 20GB plan has been reduced from $150 to $140 per month.
These new AT&T Mobile Share Value plans will launch tomorrow, August 15. AT&T describes them as “promotional plans” and “limited time offers,” but there’s no word yet on how long they’ll be around. The new plans seem like good changes for AT&T’s Mobile Share Value lineup, though, cutting the costs of a few plans and bumping the old 10GB/$100 plan up to 15GB for the same price.