AT&T Removing $10/m Texting Plan


AT&T is saying goodbye to its $10 a month texting plan. Current customers will be grandfathered in, but new contracts will require a pay-per-text or $20 unlimited messaging plan. At twenty cents a text, unlimited is the way to go. Read the full article at

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