AT&T Confirms: $45 and $60 GoPhone Prepaid Plans Get More Data This Week

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Yesterday, we reported changes coming soon to AT&T’s GoPhone plans that would reward each with more data without a price hike. AT&T has now confirmed and announced the plan changes, which will arrive this Friday. 

As we noted yesterday, both the $45 and $60 plans are getting more data, with the $45 plan going from 2GB to 3GB data per month, while the $60 plan is jumping from 5GB to 6GB. Again, that is all happening without a price hike.

Also, keep in mind that you can receive a $5 per month discount on each if you sign-up for autopay.

If you are already a GoPhone customer, the increase in data will attach itself to your account automatically – you don’t need to do anything to get it.

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