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Not to be outdone by Verizon lowering its rates today, AT&T has announced that it's changing up its smartphone plans, too. Here's the skinny:

All smartphone customers, including iPhone customers, may now buy unlimited voice and data for $99.99. For smartphone customers with Family Talk plans (prices assume 2 smartphones), unlimited voice and data is now available for $179.99. Texting plans remain unchanged at $20 for unlimited plans for individuals, $30 for Family Talk Plans.

The new rates take effect Monday. Now we just need AT&T to release a few more Android phones. [AT&T]

 

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AT&T lowers its smartphone plans, too

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It's still higher prices for more dropped calls. Everyone I know that has At&t complains about the crappy service and high prices but yet refuses to switch to Sprint because of all the negative hype and lies that float around about how shitty Sprint is. Honestly, Sprint service is cheaper, faster and more reliable than T-mo or At&t.

when I had ATT, I was happy with my service, but it was probably just where I lived. I have sprint now, and I dont have unlimited minutes, but I have unlimited EVERYTHING ELSE for 135/month for 3 lines, and enough minutes that we dont go over anyways. Tmo does have faster data speeds around here though for sure, lucky to see 200 kb/sec...

I have sprint any mobile any time and i am paying 69 a month incluided averything, data, text, sms, the only thing doesnt incluided is unlimited land lines which i dont care nobody uses land lines anymore, att is so expensive, they need to lower their prices to get in the real competition!!!

TMo and Sprint are cheaper because they cant compete with Verizon's Red Map, or even with AT&T's Little Blue Map....