- Dec 23, 2009
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Ever since T-Mobile announced their new rollover data plan I knew it was a matter of time before AT&T followed. AT&T can not afford to get to far behind T-Mobile as it is easier for their customers to switch. Customers who are enrolled in the Mobile Share plan will be automatically enrolled.
HERE’S HOW IT WORKS:
As an example:
- All levels of AT&T Mobile Share Value plan customers automatically receive the Rollover Data feature – no signing up, no additional cost.
- Rollover Data can be shared with everyone on the same Mobile Share Value plan.
- If you do not use your full allotment of plan data in a given month, the extra amount automatically rolls over and is available to be used within the next month.
- Within a given month, you will use your plan allotment first, before you begin using your Rollover Data. Unused Rollover Data does not carry over.
If you have four lines and have a 15GB AT&T Mobile Share Value Plan and only use 10GB in a given month, you’ll roll over 5GB and have a total of 20GB available to use within the next month. If you were to only use 10GB in the second month, you’ll again roll over 5GB and have a total of 20GB available the next month. Bottom line: if you have unused plan data this month, it automatically rolls over to be used within the next month in case you need more than your plan’s allotment. This gives you that extra data to do the things you love across all your devices, like surfing the web, watching videos, listening to your favorite music or sending email.
AT&T Mobile Share Value customers will be able to view their Rollover Data balance on the myAT&T app or online at att.com.
AT&T customers can join the conversation by following #RolloverData to share the news and hear the latest about shareable Rollover Data.
- See more at: AT T Gives 50 Million Customers Shareable Rollover Data at No Charge AT T
Is there any chance we will see Verizon do the same thing?