The main pitch is simple – a family of four can get unlimited talk and text, plus 10 gigs of shared data for just $160 per month.
The basic service with two lines costs $130 per month and includes the same amount of data (10GB), with each additional line costing another $15.
According to AT&T, this new offering is up to $100 cheaper than what Verizon Wireless is offering. Bear in mind that under this scheme you won’t get a subsidized phone, and you’ll either have to buy it unlocked (like Nexus 5) or rely on AT&T Next financing to do so.
Still we think it’s pretty solid deal. What do you say?
Here’s a short demo video to convince you to jump ships.