Competition is a wonderful thing. As the market continues to react to a push for lower prices from T-Mobile and other cellular service companies, customers are getting more and more economical options. AT&T’s latest reactionary price change to its Mobile Share Value plans drops the base price by $15 for single-user plans and family plans with up to two smartphones. That makes the price $65 a month and $90 a month for one and two people, respectively.
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AT&T Lowers Prices For Single And Double Smartphone Plans, Starting at $65 For 2GB Of Data was written by the awesome team at Android Police.