AT&T Ups Data on Prepaid GoPhone Plans

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AT&T GoPhone users are getting more mobile data.

Starting Friday, users on the $45 or $60 monthly plans will get a data boost—on top of unlimited talk and text and rollover data.

New and existing customers can take advantage of the automatic update, turning 2GB into 3GB ($45/month) and 5GB into 6GB ($60/month). Folks can also save $5 a month when they sign up for Auto Refill.

Sorry, $30-per-month GoPhone users: You still have to pay $5 per 100MB of data every 30 days.

AT&T's pay-as-you-go options offer, for some, a better arrangement than the two-year contracts you sign when buying a new phone via most carriers. The program has slowly been upping the ante—adding more data, calling, and messaging opportunities over the years.

AT&T offers $60-plan subscribers unlimited talk and text from the US to Canada and Mexico; you also get talk, text, and data usage in the countries.

The other prepaid plans allow for unlimited talk and text in the US, as well as unlimited messaging to Mexico, Canada, and more than 100 other nations.

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