AT&T Killls $10/Month Messaging Plan Leaves Customers With Only 'Pay-per-text or Unlimited' Options

Come this sunday, United States wireless carrier AT&T is eliminating its $10 a month messaging (a thousand text messages). Instead, they're forcing pricier plans upon new iPhone customers. This presents customers with only two options: pay for the unlimited messaging plan, or pay per message which costs 20

Come this sunday, United States wireless carrier AT&T is eliminating its $10 a month messaging (a thousand text messages). Instead, they're forcing pricier plans upon new iPhone customers. This presents customers with only two options: pay for the unlimited messaging plan, or pay per message which costs 20

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