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AT&T offers price cut for 2GB 'Mobile Share Value' plans

Company tweaks price for one- and two-line plans, shaving $15 off the current monthly charge.

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AT&T is cutting the price of its 2GB Mobile Share Value Plan.

The company announced Saturday that starting tomorrow -- Sunday -- customers with one smartphone can sign on to the 2GB plan for $65 a month, and customers with two smartphones can sign on for $90 a month. In both cases, that's a $15 drop from current Mobile Share Value Plan charges, the company said.

Customers can bring their own phone, buy one at full retail, or finance one through AT&T Next.

The plans come with unlimited talk and text, 50GB of cloud storage, and unlimited international messaging, AT&T said.

New and existing AT&T customers will also get a $100 bill credit for each new line added, for a limited time.

AT&T has details of the new plans here. The company unveiled its newly revised "Mobile Share Value" service plans in December. The no-contract plans simply offered customers another pricing option that reduced their monthly expenditure by separating the cost of the device from the monthly service plan. But the new plans turned out to be a bargain for only some people, according to CNET's Maggie Reardon. You can check out her discussion here.