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AT&T Tablets Lose Contract Discount HTC JetStream, Pantech Element & Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9

HTC JetstreamAT&T has stopped subsidizing tablets bought with a contract.  According to leaked internal documents as  of August 19, yesterday, tablet will only have no-commitment contracts without a share plan.

Today, we checked on the AT&T website and all tablets are shown as "No service commitment."

The tablets, however, can be included int shared data plans  for an additional $10 a month. The data is shared across devices.  See plans below.

With AT&T Mobile Share plans, customers start by choosing how much data they want each month, then choose up to 10 devices to attach to their shared plan

To help customers track their data usage, AT&T keeps users informed with courtesy alerts as they near their data allowance for the month. Also, customers can check their usage at anytime online, through the myAT&T mobile app, or by calling *DATA# from their mobile phone.

if you are looking for a good deal for switching to AT&T we do have a special $50 Off Coupon Link AT&T Wireless for new customers with a plan. Compare to Verizon and AT&T data plans.

AT&T Mobile Share plans
Mobile share with Unlimited Talk & Text 1GB 4GB 6GB 10GB 15GB 20GB
Base account access fee $40 $70 $90 $120 $160 $200
Each Smartphone + + + + + +
$45 $40 $35 $30 $30 $30
Overage: $15 per GB

1 thought on “AT&T Tablets Lose Contract Discount HTC JetStream, Pantech Element & Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9”

  1. At some point carriers will also stop discounting phones. Verizon has already killed unlimited data subisdies. I can't until the whole world has Wi-Fi and then we can forget about Verizon and AT&T.

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