AT&T on Monday announced that two of its GoPhone rate plans will soon offer more data for the same price. Starting on Friday, November 11, the $45 and $60 options will have 33 percent more data at no additional cost.

The $45 plan will give subscribers 4GB of 4G LTE data, up from the 3GB bucket offered today. The $60 plan, for its part, jumps from 6GB to 8GB. Customers can save $5 per month on each rate plan if they agree to the AutoPay automatic bill payment.

In addition to the rate plan changes, AT&T will debut a couple of deals on smartphones on Friday. Running through the end of the year will be the following discounts:

  • Get a free ZTE Maven 2 when you activate a new line and pay $30 for service
  • LG Phoenix 2 will be $49.99 (reg. $69.99)

AT&T GoPhone is the prepaid service which operates on the same network as the tier-one AT&T brand. Plans include features such as Rollover Data, calls and messages to Canada and Mexico, and more.

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