GTA TeleGuam to Scrap Current Unlimited Mobile Data Tariffs
Published on: 28th Sep 2011
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Guam based telco GTA TeleGuam has announced that it is scrapping the current unlimited mobile data tariffs and will replace it with a range of tariffs for new and existing subscribers.
Currently, GTA TeleGuam's customers pay $29.95 a month for unlimited smartphone data.
Under the new tariffs, GTA TeleGuam will offer three tiered pricing options. These include 5GB for $29.95, 10GB for $49.95, and unlimited monthly usage for $99.95. Overage charges will be billed at $10 per additional Gigabyte.
"Moving to usage-based pricing is among multiple steps GTA TeleGuam is taking to better manage explosive wireless network usage and preserve its position as the smartphone leader in Guam," said Roland Certeza, executive vice president of sales and marketing for GTA TeleGuam.
According to GTA TeleGuam mobile data usage reports, more than 90 percent of the company's Mpulse wireless data users use less than 3GB per month.
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