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Saturday, June 5, 2010

AT&T drops unlimited flat-rate mobile data deal

US network AT&T is ending its 'unlimited usage' mobile data tariff from Monday. The company reckons its new pricing will save money for the majority of customers, with a new 200MB monthly allowance for $15 and 2GB for $25 per month replacing the $30 flat rate deal. Existing customers with the unlimited package aren't affected.

[Sources: WSJ.com; PCMag.com]

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