C Spire launches shared data plans December 3

The regional carrier joins the shared data trend, offering connection for up to 10 devices.

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C Spire customers can pool their data into a single plan for all devices. Josh Miller

Following Verizon and AT&T, regional carrier C Spire will soon let customers share a pool of data among multiple devices.

C Spire's shared data plan follows Verizon's model of charging a fee for devices to access the data allotment, in addition to a monthly charge for the data itself. Up to 10 devices can draw from the data pool.

  • $20: Tablets, USB modems, and other connected devices
  • $30: Feature phones
  • $40: Smartphones

Data ranges from 1GB for $50 to 20GB for $150, and up. C Spire also lets customers top up their data as the month goes on.

New and existing customers can switch without changing their contract or incurring additional service fees. You can learn more about C Spire's new shared data plans here.

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