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How much are you paying for your service?
Gold 32gb iphone 5s

450min talk
mobile to mobile texting
3gb data

15% student discount towards the talk
10% discount towards the bill

i pay about $74 a month Smiley Happy
Gold 32gb iphone 5s

450min talk
mobile to mobile texting
3gb data

15% student discount towards the talk
10% discount towards the bill

i pay about $74 a month Smiley Happy

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rodetrip wrote:
Gold 32gb iphone 5s

450min talk
mobile to mobile texting
3gb data

15% student discount towards the talk
10% discount towards the bill

i pay about $74 a month Smiley Happy

Do you need 3Gb of data? You could get unlimited talk and text and 2GB of data on mobile share for $65 before applying and discounts. 


rodetrip wrote:
Gold 32gb iphone 5s

450min talk
mobile to mobile texting
3gb data

15% student discount towards the talk
10% discount towards the bill

i pay about $74 a month Smiley Happy

Do you need 3Gb of data? You could get unlimited talk and text and 2GB of data on mobile share for $65 before applying and discounts. 

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i actually got switched to that plan last week. but the day after, i decided to get switch back to the plan i have right now. id rather had more data than unlimited talk. im rarely talking on the phone, and i use more data. and actually when they switch me to that plan, it was exactly the same price as the one i have now Smiley Happy
i actually got switched to that plan last week. but the day after, i decided to get switch back to the plan i have right now. id rather had more data than unlimited talk. im rarely talking on the phone, and i use more data. and actually when they switch me to that plan, it was exactly the same price as the one i have now Smiley Happy

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rodetrip wrote:
i actually got switched to that plan last week. but the day after, i decided to get switch back to the plan i have right now. id rather had more data than unlimited talk. im rarely talking on the phone, and i use more data. and actually when they switch me to that plan, it was exactly the same price as the one i have now Smiley Happy

The $65 price was just announced this week, so whatever they switched you to last week was the old price. That is probably why it ended being the same price as what you pay now. I can understand wanting to stay with the 3GB plan if you actually use that much data each month, but if you don't, you really should reconsider the new lower priced mobile share. With your discount, I expect you save at least $15/month, maybe more. You of course would not be limited to 2GB and on those months you do go over, you would just buy another GB. 

 


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i actually got switched to that plan last week. but the day after, i decided to get switch back to the plan i have right now. id rather had more data than unlimited talk. im rarely talking on the phone, and i use more data. and actually when they switch me to that plan, it was exactly the same price as the one i have now Smiley Happy

The $65 price was just announced this week, so whatever they switched you to last week was the old price. That is probably why it ended being the same price as what you pay now. I can understand wanting to stay with the 3GB plan if you actually use that much data each month, but if you don't, you really should reconsider the new lower priced mobile share. With your discount, I expect you save at least $15/month, maybe more. You of course would not be limited to 2GB and on those months you do go over, you would just buy another GB. 

 

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hmm ur right. when they switched me to that plan it was $75 before taxes and discounts... maybe i will give them a call and ask around. i barely use 1gb a month, mostly on wifi all the time Smiley Happy
hmm ur right. when they switched me to that plan it was $75 before taxes and discounts... maybe i will give them a call and ask around. i barely use 1gb a month, mostly on wifi all the time Smiley Happy

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Edited by Eileen89 on Mar 13, 2014 at 8:40:50 AM

Unlimited LTE smartphone data plan

 

450 with rollover NW voice plan

 

$10 unlimited messaging plan

 

24% FAN discount

 

After taxes and my discount I usually end up paying about $75/month.

 

 

 

 

Unlimited LTE smartphone data plan

 

450 with rollover NW voice plan

 

$10 unlimited messaging plan

 

24% FAN discount

 

After taxes and my discount I usually end up paying about $75/month.

 

 

 

 

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We had 2 accounts:

Account 1:

550 Min

Unl Text

Unl LTE Data

22% FAN discount

Bill was right at $95/month

Account 2:

450 Min

Unl Text

Unl LTE Data

22% FAN discount

Bill was right at $85/month

 

Switched to new Mobile Share:

Unl Min

Unl Text

10GB LTE Data

22% FAN discount

Bill should come to $125-135/month (depending upon Taxes & fees)

 

Yes, we now pay for any more than 10GB data we use in a month, but we don't get throttled, and we can use the mobile hotspot feature, unlike the old "unlimited" data plans, but we also pay about $50/month less (and have never used more than 7GB in single month so far).


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We had 2 accounts:

Account 1:

550 Min

Unl Text

Unl LTE Data

22% FAN discount

Bill was right at $95/month

Account 2:

450 Min

Unl Text

Unl LTE Data

22% FAN discount

Bill was right at $85/month

 

Switched to new Mobile Share:

Unl Min

Unl Text

10GB LTE Data

22% FAN discount

Bill should come to $125-135/month (depending upon Taxes & fees)

 

Yes, we now pay for any more than 10GB data we use in a month, but we don't get throttled, and we can use the mobile hotspot feature, unlike the old "unlimited" data plans, but we also pay about $50/month less (and have never used more than 7GB in single month so far).


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Edited by Rayosun on Mar 13, 2014 at 8:08:17 PM

3 iPhone 5S' (with insurances) + 1 iPad Air

Mobile Share 20GB plan
20% FAN discount

Bill is about $176/month

~Sunshine Smiley Happy

3 iPhone 5S' (with insurances) + 1 iPad Air

Mobile Share 20GB plan
20% FAN discount

Bill is about $176/month

~Sunshine :)
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3 iPhone 5S's and 3 iPhone 5's = 6 lines total Mobile Share Value Plans: Unlimited talk & Text 10 GB data after discount I pay $173 per month
3 iPhone 5S's and 3 iPhone 5's = 6 lines total Mobile Share Value Plans: Unlimited talk & Text 10 GB data after discount I pay $173 per month

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I went from paying ~$135/month for 3 lines on Family 550 plan, 1 unlimited and 2 2 GB data, 1 1000 text message plan...to ~$142/monh for 4 lines on MSV 10 GB plan--both prices include 25% FAN.  Not a bad deal IMHO since under the old Family plan I would have had to pay an extra $10 for that fourth line, plus another $25 (minus FAN) on top of that for the data plan on that line.  Oh yeah, did I mention that since I was on a Family 550 plan, I'd have to upgrade to a higher-cost Family plan since the 550 plan only allows for a maximum of 3 lines...if I elected not to upgrade to MSV?

 

So heck yeah, only having to pay only a net extra ~$7/month for a fourth smartphone line with data is a helluva deal IMHO!

I went from paying ~$135/month for 3 lines on Family 550 plan, 1 unlimited and 2 2 GB data, 1 1000 text message plan...to ~$142/monh for 4 lines on MSV 10 GB plan--both prices include 25% FAN.  Not a bad deal IMHO since under the old Family plan I would have had to pay an extra $10 for that fourth line, plus another $25 (minus FAN) on top of that for the data plan on that line.  Oh yeah, did I mention that since I was on a Family 550 plan, I'd have to upgrade to a higher-cost Family plan since the 550 plan only allows for a maximum of 3 lines...if I elected not to upgrade to MSV?

 

So heck yeah, only having to pay only a net extra ~$7/month for a fourth smartphone line with data is a helluva deal IMHO!

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I have 32gb iPhone 5, 450 minutes talk, unlimited text, 5gb data. Had 3gb data, but I watch youtube videos, almost max out data, so upgraded to 5 gb. I pay $100+ sometimes, pay at kiosk at AT&T Corperate store.Smiley Wink

I have 32gb iPhone 5, 450 minutes talk, unlimited text, 5gb data. Had 3gb data, but I watch youtube videos, almost max out data, so upgraded to 5 gb. I pay $100+ sometimes, pay at kiosk at AT&T Corperate store.Smiley Wink

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4 individual GoPhone "family" plans:

(1) iPhone 3GS, (2) 4's, (1) 4S
Unlimited Text, 250 minutes
$25 per month, per line. Smiley Happy

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4 individual GoPhone "family" plans:

(1) iPhone 3GS, (2) 4's, (1) 4S
Unlimited Text, 250 minutes
$25 per month, per line. Smiley Happy

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Depending on how much I roam, but my base is about $375 per month for a 10GB MobileShare with three phones, three iPads, and a MiFi (all off contract), and an individual line with 650 minutes, unlimited messaging, and unlimited roaming data.

 

Just last week I removed my unlimited messaging since I basically don't use it.


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Depending on how much I roam, but my base is about $375 per month for a 10GB MobileShare with three phones, three iPads, and a MiFi (all off contract), and an individual line with 650 minutes, unlimited messaging, and unlimited roaming data.

 

Just last week I removed my unlimited messaging since I basically don't use it.

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I just got my first full bill under the new Mobile Share Value Plan. After Discounts, Taxes, fees, etc. my total due to AT&T is $120 for 2 iPhones on a 10GB share plan. Prior to this change, it was closer to $180 for 2 separate iPhone accounts with unlimited data & texts, but 450 and 550 minutes respectively. Merging the two accounts together brought the bill down to $150 before discounts, taxes, fees, etc. (so net was about $140 after applying all of those).

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I just got my first full bill under the new Mobile Share Value Plan. After Discounts, Taxes, fees, etc. my total due to AT&T is $120 for 2 iPhones on a 10GB share plan. Prior to this change, it was closer to $180 for 2 separate iPhone accounts with unlimited data & texts, but 450 and 550 minutes respectively. Merging the two accounts together brought the bill down to $150 before discounts, taxes, fees, etc. (so net was about $140 after applying all of those).

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i pay to much but i have 4 phones on my account its over 200$ a month.

i pay to much but i have 4 phones on my account its over 200$ a month.

hello!!!

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iPhone 5s, Samsung S4, iPad Air (NEXT)
2GB Mobile Share plan after discount $156 less 23% Discount
iPhone 5s, Samsung S4, iPad Air (NEXT)
2GB Mobile Share plan after discount $156 less 23% Discount

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Jwil736 wrote:
iPhone 5s, Samsung S4, iPad Air (NEXT)
2GB Mobile Share plan after discount $156 less 23% Discount

This may sound funny, but check into the numbers.  It may be cheaper for you to  move up to the 10GB Shared plan.  The 10GBshared plan would be $140 before discounts & NEXT fees for your iPad Air.  I pay $117 for 2 iPhones on a 10GB Mobile Share plan which gets a 22% discount, so  it would only be about $10-15 more to add an iPad Air to my plan.  You would still have to add your iPad Air NEXT monthly charges, but it's unclear if your $156 includes that or not.  If not, then the 10GB plan should save you money, and depending upon the monthly charges for the iPad Air on NEXT, it may still save you some money...


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Jwil736 wrote:
iPhone 5s, Samsung S4, iPad Air (NEXT)
2GB Mobile Share plan after discount $156 less 23% Discount

This may sound funny, but check into the numbers.  It may be cheaper for you to  move up to the 10GB Shared plan.  The 10GBshared plan would be $140 before discounts & NEXT fees for your iPad Air.  I pay $117 for 2 iPhones on a 10GB Mobile Share plan which gets a 22% discount, so  it would only be about $10-15 more to add an iPad Air to my plan.  You would still have to add your iPad Air NEXT monthly charges, but it's unclear if your $156 includes that or not.  If not, then the 10GB plan should save you money, and depending upon the monthly charges for the iPad Air on NEXT, it may still save you some money...


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Edited by thively on Mar 27, 2014 at 11:30:54 AM

Two iPhones.

 

$100 for 10GB Mobile Share Value Plan

$15 iPhone

$15 iPhone

$130 Total.

23% Corporate FAN Discount.

$112 after taxes/fees

 

I'm off contract (phones are paid.)  When upgrading I'll change to one of the following.  (Below prices are before FAN discount, taxes, or fees)

 

Stay on 10GB and upgrade with Next or pay for phones ($184/month average over 24 months.)  It's not cost eveffective to buy phones or use Next and have a plan under 10GB, you save almost nothing unless you drop to 2GB in which case it would be $144/month.  4GB is $174, and both 6GB and 10GB would be $184.

or

Drop to 4GB, or 6GB and upgrade on-contract ($166, $176 /month when averaging two $200 phone upgrades over 24 months.)

 

It all depends on our data needs when the time comes.

Two iPhones.

 

$100 for 10GB Mobile Share Value Plan

$15 iPhone

$15 iPhone

$130 Total.

23% Corporate FAN Discount.

$112 after taxes/fees

 

I'm off contract (phones are paid.)  When upgrading I'll change to one of the following.  (Below prices are before FAN discount, taxes, or fees)

 

Stay on 10GB and upgrade with Next or pay for phones ($184/month average over 24 months.)  It's not cost eveffective to buy phones or use Next and have a plan under 10GB, you save almost nothing unless you drop to 2GB in which case it would be $144/month.  4GB is $174, and both 6GB and 10GB would be $184.

or

Drop to 4GB, or 6GB and upgrade on-contract ($166, $176 /month when averaging two $200 phone upgrades over 24 months.)

 

It all depends on our data needs when the time comes.

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thively wrote:

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Stay on 10GB and upgrade with Next or pay for phones ($184/month average over 24 months.)

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Just a word of caution.  The NEXT program comes in 2 variants. NEXT 12 and NEXT 18.  If you select NEXT 12, you pay the off-contract price for the phone, but it is divided over 20 months.  You can "Upgrade" (turn in your good condition & working phone for a new one with a new 20 month payment plan) after 12 months, and if you go the full 20 months, you get to keep the old phone and can get a new one.  The NEXT 18 program works the same way, except that the upgrade eligiblility starts at 18 months, and you own the phone after 26 months.  Note that neither option is based on 24 months, just 20 or 26...


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thively wrote:

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Stay on 10GB and upgrade with Next or pay for phones ($184/month average over 24 months.)

...


Just a word of caution.  The NEXT program comes in 2 variants. NEXT 12 and NEXT 18.  If you select NEXT 12, you pay the off-contract price for the phone, but it is divided over 20 months.  You can "Upgrade" (turn in your good condition & working phone for a new one with a new 20 month payment plan) after 12 months, and if you go the full 20 months, you get to keep the old phone and can get a new one.  The NEXT 18 program works the same way, except that the upgrade eligiblility starts at 18 months, and you own the phone after 26 months.  Note that neither option is based on 24 months, just 20 or 26...


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thively wrote:

Two iPhones.

 

$100 for 10GB Mobile Share Value Plan

$15 iPhone

$15 iPhone

$130 Total.

23% Corporate FAN Discount.

$112 after taxes/fees

 

I'm off contract (phones are paid.)  When upgrading I'll change to one of the following.  (Below prices are before FAN discount, taxes, or fees)

 

Stay on 10GB and upgrade with Next or pay for phones ($184/month average over 24 months.)  It's not cost eveffective to buy phones or use Next and have a plan under 10GB, you save almost nothing unless you drop to 2GB in which case it would be $144/month.  4GB is $174, and both 6GB and 10GB would be $184.

or

Drop to 4GB, or 6GB and upgrade on-contract ($166, $176 /month when averaging two $200 phone upgrades over 24 months.)

 

It all depends on our data needs when the time comes.


10 GB MSV does seem to be the sweet spot when it comes to figuring out which MSV plan gives you the best bang for the buck--especially if you need more than two lines.


thively wrote:

Two iPhones.

 

$100 for 10GB Mobile Share Value Plan

$15 iPhone

$15 iPhone

$130 Total.

23% Corporate FAN Discount.

$112 after taxes/fees

 

I'm off contract (phones are paid.)  When upgrading I'll change to one of the following.  (Below prices are before FAN discount, taxes, or fees)

 

Stay on 10GB and upgrade with Next or pay for phones ($184/month average over 24 months.)  It's not cost eveffective to buy phones or use Next and have a plan under 10GB, you save almost nothing unless you drop to 2GB in which case it would be $144/month.  4GB is $174, and both 6GB and 10GB would be $184.

or

Drop to 4GB, or 6GB and upgrade on-contract ($166, $176 /month when averaging two $200 phone upgrades over 24 months.)

 

It all depends on our data needs when the time comes.


10 GB MSV does seem to be the sweet spot when it comes to figuring out which MSV plan gives you the best bang for the buck--especially if you need more than two lines.

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GeekBoy wrote:

thively wrote:

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Stay on 10GB and upgrade with Next or pay for phones ($184/month average over 24 months.)

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Just a word of caution.  The NEXT program comes in 2 variants. NEXT 12 and NEXT 18.  If you select NEXT 12, you pay the off-contract price for the phone, but it is divided over 20 months.  You can "Upgrade" (turn in your good condition & working phone for a new one with a new 20 month payment plan) after 12 months, and if you go the full 20 months, you get to keep the old phone and can get a new one.  The NEXT 18 program works the same way, except that the upgrade eligiblility starts at 18 months, and you own the phone after 26 months.  Note that neither option is based on 24 months, just 20 or 26...


The other thing to keep in mind if opting for NEXT is that if you're one of those folks who like to or plan to upgrade frequently...the NEXT 12 is the better way to go cost-wise, assuming of course you upgrade at or shortly after the 12-month mark.


GeekBoy wrote:

thively wrote:

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Stay on 10GB and upgrade with Next or pay for phones ($184/month average over 24 months.)

...


Just a word of caution.  The NEXT program comes in 2 variants. NEXT 12 and NEXT 18.  If you select NEXT 12, you pay the off-contract price for the phone, but it is divided over 20 months.  You can "Upgrade" (turn in your good condition & working phone for a new one with a new 20 month payment plan) after 12 months, and if you go the full 20 months, you get to keep the old phone and can get a new one.  The NEXT 18 program works the same way, except that the upgrade eligiblility starts at 18 months, and you own the phone after 26 months.  Note that neither option is based on 24 months, just 20 or 26...


The other thing to keep in mind if opting for NEXT is that if you're one of those folks who like to or plan to upgrade frequently...the NEXT 12 is the better way to go cost-wise, assuming of course you upgrade at or shortly after the 12-month mark.

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Lg nexus 5

Shared data plan with 1gb data

I pay 43.75 after my 25 percent discount.
Lg nexus 5

Shared data plan with 1gb data

I pay 43.75 after my 25 percent discount.

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Gold 5S 32gb
Blue 5c 16gb
Black 4s 8gb
White Note 3 32gb
Unlimited talk and text
10gb data
15% employer discount
$165/month
Gold 5S 32gb
Blue 5c 16gb
Black 4s 8gb
White Note 3 32gb
Unlimited talk and text
10gb data
15% employer discount
$165/month

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2 Black 5s 64gb

unlimited talk/text

10gb data

$130/month (before 13% employer discount)

 

previously had 1400 min/unlimited text and data -  no hotspot and throttling at certain data usage levels -- ranged around $170 - $180/month before employer discount.

2 Black 5s 64gb

unlimited talk/text

10gb data

$130/month (before 13% employer discount)

 

previously had 1400 min/unlimited text and data -  no hotspot and throttling at certain data usage levels -- ranged around $170 - $180/month before employer discount.

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