AT&T (NYSE:T) on Saturday announced a reduce in price of plans for individual customers without an annual contract and some great plans for small businesses and customers having two smartphones.
With the best in 4G LTE service AT&T offers a great deal without making hole in a customer’s pocket. For individuals with no annual contract the price has been slashed to $65 instead of $80 a month, the package has unlimited calls, text, unlimited international messaging, 2GB LTE wireless data and 50 GB of cloud storage. This offer stands same for customer with two lines but for a price tag of $90. The price has also been cut down for customers with more than two lines and small businesses. For 3 lines without any annual contract, a customer has to pay an amount of $145 for 10GB of data, while rest is same as in other two plans. But by limiting ‘unlimited international messaging’, a customer can only send texts from U.S., Puerto Rico and U.S. Virgin Islands to more than 190 countries.
David Christopher, chief marketing officer, AT&T Mobility said, “We’re continuing the trend of offering more value to our new and existing customers. Not only are families and small businesses able to save more on their monthly data plans, we’re now delivering that same great value to individual customers on the nation’s most reliable 4G LTE network, We’re delivering more savings for customers across the board – backed by award-winning customer service – with AT&T the value keeps getting better.”
Featuring various other services including 50GB of cloud storage where users can store more than 30,000 photos, company has something to attract more customers. While other services like Google Drive and OneDrive offering not more than 10GB of cloud storage, MEGA provides a 50GB storage on a free account including a limited bandwidth of 100GB.
Last month, with a cut in costs for individual and families sharing data plans, company also introduced a credit of 200 USD for customers switching to their network. Its smaller rival T-mobile U.S. has been showing a constant growth in number of customers for couple of years.
Can anyone convince me, why I should switch to AT&T from T-Mobile ???