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AT&T has announced that its previously revealed shared data plans, called Mobile Share, will officially launch on August 23rd. AT&T has also offered an online tool to better explain the plan.
AT&T has joined Verizon Wireless in introducing its own shared data plan, called Mobile Share, that will allow customers to share data with 10 devices, along with unlimited voice and messaging.