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test Get info on changes to your AT&T Mobile Share plan

Prices for Mobile Share plans will change beginning June 2022.

DETAILED INFO

What to know

We’re adjusting the monthly charge on our Mobile Share wireless plans. This change will allow us to continue to deliver the great wireless service you expect. Starting in June 2022, you’ll see the relevant price change reflected for your June bill.
  • If you have less than 6GB of data, your price will increase by $6 a month.
  • If you have 6GB of data or more, your price will increase by $12 a month.
The good news is your plan isn’t going away. You can continue to enjoy your existing benefits, including unlimited talk and text in the U.S., mobile hotspot data, and AT&T ActiveArmorSM mobile security.

Explore your options

Keep enjoying your current Mobile Share plan
You can stay on your plan and continue to take advantage of these benefits:
  • Unlimited talk and text in the U.S.
  • Mobile hotspot data
  • AT&T ActiveArmorSM mobile security

Change to one of our newer plans

Want to explore some of our best options? Our Unlimited Your Way plans allow you to pick the perfect unlimited plan for each person on your account, which provides the most value for your dollar, along with added benefits. Check out each option.

Unlimited Elite® 
  • Unlimited talk, text, and data in and between the U.S., Mexico, and Canada
  • ActiveArmorSM advanced mobile security
  • 40GB of hotspot data
  • 4K UHD Streaming
  • 5G Access on the most reliable network
Unlimited ExtraSM
  • Unlimited talk, text, and data in and between the U.S., Mexico and Canada
  • ActiveArmorSM advanced mobile security
  • 15GB of hotspot data
  • 5G access on the most reliable network
Unlimited StarterSM
  • Unlimited talk, text, and data in and between the U.S., Mexico, and Canada
  • ActiveArmorSM mobile security
  • 3GB of hotspot data
  • 5G access on the most reliable network
ACCOUNT MANAGEMENT

View or change your plan

Want to check available AT&T wireless plans? You can see your current plan, compare to others, and even change it all in one place.Sign in
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Want to cancel your service?
We understand that you may want to cancel your wireless service and we can assist you in reviewing your account. Call us at 800.331.0500 to discuss your cancellation options.

Have an installment plan on one of your devices?
  • Pay off the remaining installment plan balance and keep your device.
  • Call 800.331.0500 to return your device and waive any remaining installment balance. You have until August 31, 2022 to return you device and get your installment balance waived.

Which plans are impacted by these pricing changes?

These pricing changes affect some of our older mobile share plans. They include:
  • 10GB Shared Data
  • Mobile Share Data Plans
  • Mobile Share with Unlimited Talk & Text Plans
  • Mobile Share Advantage Plans
  • Mobile Share Advantage Plus Plans
  • Mobile Share Flex Plans
  • Mobile Share Plus Plans
  • Mobile Share Value with Rollover Plans

How can I view my new monthly charges if I stay on my current plan?

Your Customer Service Summary will be updated in June with your new monthly charges for your current Mobile Share plan. You can view the updated Customer Service Summary by doing the following:
  1. Go to your myAT&T Profile. Sign in, if asked.
  2. Scroll to Account Settings and select Account Users.
  3. Choose your mobile number from the list.
  4. Select See Recent Order Details (customer service summary).

What options do I have if I want to change plans?

If you want to change plans, you can view and compare available plans online with myAT&T.

Sign in to view, compare, and change plans

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