AT&T debuts news GoPhone data plans for April 22

AT&T debuts news GoPhone data plans for April 22

AT&T, after already announcing a launch date for the HTC One X, is back with another press release.  This one speaks to the customers on the carrier’s prepaid GoPhone plans and looks to benefit them in the form of new data plans.  Set to take effect this Sunday, April 22, subscribers with prepaid GoPhones can take advantage of new options that provide at least twice as much data as before.  The plans are for the $50 Unlimited Talk and Text plan or $25 Unlimited Text/250 minutes plan.

  • 1 GB – $25
  • 200 MB – $15
  • 50 MB – $5

We’re happy to see AT&T understand that some users have very minimal data usage needs and don’t want to buy an “all or nothing” plan.

Press release

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6 Comments

  1. mike
    April 25, 09:50 Reply

    1G beats the 500M that it has been. One concern I have is that the above seems to indicate that these rates are available only in conjunction with the $25 and $50 plans I was planning on getting an ATT android because I could do minute by minute plan and purchase a small amount of data. I hope they are not really going to force us to buy 10x the minutes we need to get a little data. -mike

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