In other words, prices are going up a five-spot for each tier, though AT&T's also offering bigger data cap for each plan. If you still need to go over your monthly allotment, customers can pay $10 per additional gigabyte on the Data Pro 3GB and Data Pro 5GB plans. Data Plus 300MB uses will receive an extra 300MB for $20 - ouch. New tablet plans run $30 for 30GB (AT&T DataConnect 3GB) and $50 for 5GB (AT&T DataConnect 5GB).
If you're not down with these new price plans and already have an account, don't sweat it -- AT&T says existing customers can keep their current plans if they want to.
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