AT&T announces shared data plans, available in late August
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AT&T To Roll Out New Shared Data Plans Up To 20GB Next Month

techcrunch.com
New Starting next month AT&T customers will be able to switch over to a shared mobile data plan. Plans start at 1GB a month for $40 plus $45 per device up to 20GB for $200 plus $30 per device. The new plans won’t affect AT&T’s current device upgrade policy and existing...
AT&T To Roll Out New Shared Data Plans Up To 20GB Next Month

AT&T unveils Mobile Share, lets you add 10 devices to a single plan

www.engadget.com
New We knew it was coming, and even Ralph De La Vega himself publicly admitted it was in the pipeline -- but today AT&T has whipped the covers from its shared data plans. Mobile Share will enable customers to share their data allocation with all of their devices with a...
AT&T unveils Mobile Share, lets you add 10 devices to a single plan
AT&T gets into shared data: 'Mobile Share' plans coming late August

AT&T announces simplified shared bucket data plans for late August

9to5mac.com
New AT&T Today announced its shared data plans for smartphone, tablet (phablet?) and Mac/PC users.  Current and new customers will be able to choose plans for all of their devices with one with a fairly simple matrix.  Current customers won’t be forced into these plans but many with multiple devices/family members...
AT&T announces simplified shared bucket data plans for late August

UK top 20 video games chart, week ending 14 July 2012

www.guardian.co.uk
New Is the imminent release of The Dark Knight Rises in cinemas keeping Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes at the top of the chart?UKIE Games Charts© compiled by GfK Chart-TrackGamesWiiPS3Xbox3DSDSHandheldPlayStationPS Vitaguardian.co.uk © 2012 Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated companies. All rights reserved. | Use of this content...
UK top 20 video games chart, week ending 14 July 2012

AT&T CEO responds to paid 3G FaceTime rumor, says it's 'too early' to talk pricing

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AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson has responded to rumors that Ma Bell plans to add an additional levy upon those planning to use FaceTime over cellular. Speaking at the Fortune Brainstorm conference, he's quoted as saying that he'd "heard the same rumor," but that it was "too early to talk...
AT&T CEO responds to paid 3G FaceTime rumor, says it's 'too early' to talk pricing

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The place to talk about games and other things that matterWah, how come it's 9am already? Please chat away!GamesKeith Stuartguardian.co.uk © 2012 Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated companies. All rights reserved. | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions | More Feeds...
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AT&T CEO keeps door to 3G FaceTime charges open

www.electronista.com
Speaking at the Fortune Brainstorm Tech conference in Aspen, AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson was asked about the report that AT&T might charge customers extra if they want to use FaceTime over 3G. The feature was announced during Tim Cook's Worldwide Developer's Conference keynote speech, to a muted carrier response.......
AT&T CEO keeps door to 3G FaceTime charges open

AT&T CEO Acknowledges Rumors of Cellular FaceTime Charges, Says 'Too Early' to Discuss

www.macrumors.com
Following yesterday's discovery of a dialog box in the latest iOS 6 beta suggesting that AT&T users may be subject to restrictions or additional charges if they wish to use the FaceTime video calling feature over the carrier's cellular network, the company issued a brief statement simply acknowledging that it...
AT&T CEO Acknowledges Rumors of Cellular FaceTime Charges, Says 'Too Early' to Discuss
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