May 14 AT 3:35 PM Alex Wagner 4 Comments

Straight Talk’s $45 plan now offers 3GB of high-speed data


Who loves more wireless data? I’m betting that most smartphone owners do, and today anyone that’s already on Straight Talk or is considering jumping to the prepaid provider are getting some good news on that subject.

Straight Talk has announced that it’s upping the high-speed data allotment of its $45 prepaid plan. The plan previously offered unlimited data with 2.5GB of high-speed data, but now that plan offers 3GB of high-speed data for the same price. The $45 plan also includes unlimited talk and text.

While 500MB may not sound like much, it’s always nice to get additional high-speed data for no additional charge. That’s precisely what Straight Talk-ers on the $45 plan are now getting, and for anyone that’s not already on Straight Talk, that offering just became a bit more attractive.

Straight Talk also says that it has improved its $30 “All You Need” plan. The offering includes 1500 minutes, unlimited text and 100MB of data.

Source: Straight Talk (PRNewsWire)

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  • Steven

    I’ve been on Straight Talk for a year and a half & combined with Nexus 5, I’m saving a lot of money. Since only ATT offers LTE, I’m on that. But the speeds do seem different than my friends on ATT contracts. My home area is usually bad where my friends have no problems but at least I have wifi. Outsourced customer service is awful but for that price, its a great bargain

  • tv

    The limit is still less, T-Mo offers 5GB for $30……. ST must do more home work……………telecomvibe(dot)com

  • tv

    The limit is still less, T-Mo offers 5GB for $30……. ST must do more home work……………

  • corey

    UStraight talk is still throttling data. I called yesterday and i have not reached my highspeed data limit. The rep. said that he has a messege on my account telling him that my data is supposed to be slowed down because i use my phone too much!? Wtf.