We first saw shared data plans come to market with Verizon and AT&T -- albeit with mixed results. C Spire (formerly Cellular South) is hoping to get in on the buzzwords today by offering its own shared data setup. The plans are structured very similarly to the competitors:
- 10 feature phones, smartphones, tablets, modems and other connected devices per account
- unlimited talk, text and a shared data allowance that starts at 1GB for $50 (up to 20GB for $150)
- $20/month per USB modem, tablet and other connected device
- $30/month per feature phone
- $40/month per smartphone
The plans will go live for both new and existing customers on Dec. 3, and there is no fee associated with switching to the new plan structure.
Source: C Spire Wireless (BusinessWire)
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