New No Contract AT&T Mobile Share Value Cell Phone Plans
Last week, AT&T announced a new cell phone plan payment structure for their Mobile Share plans that allows customers to use AT&T's service without a contract. This move was probably made because of the increasing competition by T-Mobile's decision to revert to a 100% no contract model.
Anyone is eligible for the new no contract AT&T plans, so long as they are prepared to pay full price for their device (since it is a no contract plan, the device is unsubsidized), or if they bring their own phone.
MyRatePlan has broken down the all-inclusive prices for each tier of the new no contract Mobile Share Value plans from AT&T. On average, the no contract AT&T plans are $15 per month cheaper than the 2-year contract versions.
Here are the new plans: