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Shareable rollover data coming to AT&T

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During this week of announcements, AT&T shared that it will be bringing back rollover data beginning January 25. This rollover feature will vary from past AT&T concepts and be different from the recent T-Mobile rollover plans. All new and current AT&T Mobile Share Value customers will automatically receive the Rollover Datafeature at no additional cost.

“Rollover Data is an added benefit of being an AT&T Mobile Share Value customer and it’s just another way that we’re saying thanks to our more than 50 million plus Mobile Share Value subscribers,” said Glenn Lurie, President and CEO, AT&T Mobility.

AT&T shares the following as to how the new program will work:

  • All levels of AT&T Mobile Share Value plan customers automatically receive the Rollover Data feature – no signing up, no additional cost.
  • Rollover Data can be shared with everyone on the same Mobile Share Value plan.
  • If you do not use your full allotment of plan data in a given month, the extra amount automatically rolls over and is available to be used within the next month.
  • Within a given month, you will use your plan allotment first, before you begin using your Rollover Data. Unused Rollover Data does not carry over.
Consumers should remember that the rollover is just for the next month. This is different than the 12 months T-Mobile is offering, but can be very helpful for families. If you have four lines and have a 15GB AT&T Mobile Share Value Plan and only use 10GB in a given month, you’ll roll over 5GB and have a total of 20GB available to use within the next month. If you were to only use 10GB in the second month, you’ll again roll over 5GB and have a total of 20GB available the next month.



Will you use more data with this plan, or just be more aware of the data you are using? If it is the latter, you can view your Rollover Data balance on the myAT&T app or online at att.com. Happy surfing, video watching, music listening, and email sending.



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