When AT&T announced its new “Mobile Share” plans a few weeks ago, it had at least one advantage over Verizon’s Share Everything offering: AT&T offered the option to get up to 20GB of shared data every month, albeit at the high price of $ 200 per month, plus a charge for each device on the plan. But as it turns out Verizon isn’t abandoning the those who might use a large number of devices, or consume an exception amount of data — according to ComputerWorld, there are five additional data tiers that aren’t publicized on the company’s website.
Continuing up from Verizon’s 10GB / $ 100 offering, the plans increase in 2GB / $ 10 increments — all the way up to $ 150 for 20GB of data every month. A Verizon spokesperson said that the company is…
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