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AT&T cutting mobile plan prices to better compete with Verizon, T-Mobile

The price changes should happen in the coming weeks.
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GREENSBORO, N.C. — AT&T Inc. is cutting the costs for a key mobile plan as it takes on Verizon and T-Mobile USA.

The company began offering entry-level unlimited plans for up to four lines at $35 apiece monthly on Sunday. That’s down from the $40 it charges now for a parallel plan.

With the change, the “Unlimited Starter” will match the price for Verizon’s “Start Unlimited” and be closer to T-Mobile’s plan that begins at $30, according to the companies' websites.

For more details on the price changes, click here to read the full story on the Triad Business Journal's website. 

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