Date: Thursday, January 20th, 2011, 05:33
Category: iPhone, News
You’ve got to admit, a little competition leads to some interesting changes.
Per GearLive, AT&T looks to be consolidating their text message plans, eliminating the low and high ends and meeting somewhere in the middle.
GearLive is reporting that AT&T appears ready to make some revisions to their text messaging plans next week. Thanks to the following leaked screenshot from Best Buy, the wireless carrier plans to eliminate their two current packages and consolidate them into a new one priced at US$10 per month for 1,000 text messages:
Via the image, AT&T looks to be retiring its US$5 for 200 text messages/month and US$15 for 1,500/month text message plans.
The good news with this change is that existing customers will be grandfathered in, meaning they can keep their existing text message plans — even through upgrades or other changes to their account.
The changes look to be slated for Sunday, January 23rd.
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