(Ping! Zine Web Tech Magazine) – AT&T has made its next move in the price war with T-Mobile, a move that cuts $15 off the Mobile Share Value data plan.
Over the weekend AT&T announced that they will offer customers unlimited talk and text with 2GB of data for $65 a month, according to the LA Times.
“We’re continuing the trend of offering more value to our new and existing customers,” stated AT&T Mobility chief marketing officer, David Christopher.
The company’s price cut comes after T-Mobile announced that its customers would receive 1 GB of 4G LTE for $50.
T-Mobile’s Chief Executive John Legere took to Twitter to taunt AT&T by Tweeting numerous posts such as:
“Best ever pricing”?! That’s not something to brag bout, @att…#whatsavings”
“A day late and a dollar short…Story of @att’s life. #whatsavings”
It looks as if this “tiff” is not going to end anytime soon says Legere.
“This tiff isn’t going to end anytime soon, as long as there are ways to improve this broken industry,” he wrote on Twitter in response to a LA Times article.