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AT&T Gives More To Users On Certain GoPhone Plans

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In line with their recent price drops for consumers on the postpaid plans, AT&T is improving the status of their GoPhone prepaid service as well.

Customers on the $45 per month 1 GB 4G LTE plan now get an additional 500 MB to use, bringing the total allotment of data to 1.5 GB. Customers on AT&T’s $60 per month plan currently get 2.5 GB. This plan has been upgraded up to 4 GB of LTE data, along with unlimited text messages and calls to Mexico. Here is a piece of AT&T’s statement:

“New and existing GoPhone customers on 1GB plans ($45 per month) will now receive 1.5GB of high speed data, and customers on 2.5GB plans ($60 per month) will receive 4 GB of high speed data – all at the same price. That’s 50% more data. It’s automatic, at no additional cost and our gift to our customers.”

These plans go into effect for all customers automatically starting today. Customers on the $60 per month plan will receive calling and texting to Mexico starting February 20th.

Source: AT&T via Android Central

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