AT&T to bring shared data plans, just like minutes


AT&T is moving quickly with improvements and added features to its network this year. Among these are ones that have to do with the data plans. 

Ralph de la Vega, AT&T's CEO, today announced that his company is working on bringing shared data plans to its customers. He didn't say anything about a timeframe in which we can expect the changes to plans, and we also don't know how much it will cost or how much data we will receive in these packages. 

So sharing your data is great and all, but I'm wondering if this will lead to something better. If data is going to start being billed like minutes are already, then could we potentially see a Rollover for data? I don't use all of my tiered data plan, and I would love to have the extra amount of MBs that I haven't used this month to use the next month. The continuous cycle that I enjoy with my minutes would be fantastic if applicable to data as well.

Hopefully we'll find out how it's going to work by the end of the year. 

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