Feb 17 AT 10:46 AM Nick Sarafolean 4 Comments

AT&T is increasing GoPhone data allotments by 50 percent

image AT&T announcing

AT&T has announced that it’s increasing data allotments on its two most popular GoPhone plans. The $45/month plan is being increased from 1GB of high-speed data to 1.5GB of high-speed data. The $60/month plan is being boosted from 2.5GB of high-speed data to 4GB of high-speed data. Both plans still include unlimited data (throttled after high-speed data allotment is used), unlimited talk and text, mobile hotspot capabilities and unlimited texting to over 100 countries.

AT&T is also adding unlimited calling to Mexico to the $60/month plan. After its acquisition of Mexican carrier Iusacell, AT&T has been offering expanded Mexican coverage to many of its plans. The changes to the GoPhone plans are welcome additions, upping the value of AT&T’s pre-paid option. If you’re looking to save money on your wireless bill, now might be a good time to check out GoPhone.

Source: AT&T

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  • http://www.infotainmentempire.com pekosROB

    I really do not understand the pricing of GoPhone when AT&T bought Cricket as their prepaid wireless. Cricket’s $60 Pro plan was 10 GB of data and unlimited talk/text. The Advanced plan they are currently offering is the same $60 but with 20 GB of data and unlimited talk/text. Why the hell would anyone go to GoPhone for smartphone data? Dumb phone, maybe, sure, but why not Cricket?

    • michael lind

      Crickets data speed at 4g LTE is 8 MBS versisus go phone is the full speed version of at 4g LTE I get up to 20 MBS with go phone

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  • ichigo

    I’m switching back to gophone from T-mobile tomorrow and I’m excited. T-mobile is more expensive and has worse coverage otherwise I like T-mobile’s direction.