1. PGU5802's Avatar
    as per the account rep
    Received: Mon 11/16/2009 between 2PM and 3PM

    Good afternoon,

    Our netbook data plans are going down!

    AT&T Mobility is adding two new netbooks to its growing array of non-smartphone data devices, and is reducing the price of its low-end monthly data plan by $5.

    The carrier said that later this month it will launch the Samsung Go netbook as well as the Acer Aspire One. Both devices will run on Windows 7 and will be $199 with a two-year data plan from AT&T and after a mail-in rebate. AT&T is also cutting the price of its monthly 200 MB data plan to $35 down from $40 per month. However, it is maintaining the price of its $60 per month plan, which offers users 5 GB of data.
    The two netbooks are similar in terms of features. The Samsung Go has a 160 GB hard drive, 1GB of memory, high definition audio, a 1.3-megapixel webcam and an LED backlit display. The Acer Aspire One has a 160 GB hard drive, 1GB of memory, high definition audio support, two built-in speakers, a video conferencing feature and a built-in webcam.
    11-16-09 02:52 PM
  2. climbguy's Avatar
    200MB is nothing, if someone buys a plan like that they probably don't understand how much 200 MB actually is.
    11-27-09 11:13 PM
  3. Entrical's Avatar
    Yeah really. I could easily use 200mb in one browser session.

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    12-01-09 03:13 PM
  4. StormShadow419's Avatar
    yea 200mb in about 3 mn
    12-03-09 05:52 PM
  5. StormShadow419's Avatar
    yea yea maybe 5 mn
    12-03-09 05:53 PM