Looking to switch over to AT&T? You may want to check out the recent change in the company's text message plans. Ma Bell confirmed rumors that it was cancelling its $10 text message plan which gives users 1,000 text messages per month. Replacing it will be, well, nothing. After August 21, customers will either have to subscribe to the $20-a-month plan, or have no plan and pay 20 cents per text message.
In a statement to Engadget, an AT&T spokesperson said: "The vast majority of our messaging customers prefer unlimited plans and with text messaging growth stronger than ever, that number continues to climb among new customers. Existing customers don't have to change any messaging plan they have today, even when changing handsets."
There you go. The choice is—sort of—yours.