AT&T cuts price of 2GB Mobile Share Value plan for one and two line accounts; now starts at $65 per month
Last week, AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson told attendees at a NYC investor conference that the era of subsidizing phones is coming to an end as carriers can no longer “afford” to foot up the bill. If you think this sounds ridiculous coming from the same carrier that crows about its record smartphone sales and increasing wireless revenues, then you are not alone.
Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler announced today that the agency has reached a deal with wireless carriers that’ll make it easier for consumers to unlock their mobile phones. This news was reported by Reuters shortly after the FCC statement was released.
While speaking at the investor conference yesterday, AT&T’s CEO RandallÂ Stephenson indicated that the era of subsidies is coming to an end.