Who doesn’t love getting more value for their hard-earned money? AT&T, recognizing this, has adjusted options for its prepaid GoPhone plans. Either that, or it just wants to keep pace with what other prepaid carriers are doing.

Effective immediately, customers can purchase more data for their money should they need to add on something extra. In other words, if you hit your threshold of data, there are options to add more as somewhat of a stop-gap measure.

The $30 rate plan, which does not come with any 4G LTE data, now allows for purchase of 250MB at the rate of $5; previously it was 100MB for the same price. Those who opt for the $45 and $60 plans can add-on 1GB for a one-time $10 charge. Further, the $60 plan also allows for a 3GB data bucket for $30.

Check out our Buyer’s Guide to prepaid phones for more on AT&T and other carriers and their respective offerings.

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