- The current $14.99/month 250 MB bundle is not changing
- The $25 2GB package will be replaced by a $30 for 3 GB one
- A new 5 GB for $50/month plan will become available.
AT&T says the new options "...give customers more data for more value". It's true that the new $25 and $50 plans do have a lower cost per MB than the old $25 plan. On the other hand, for the many new tablet users who more than 250 MB and less than 2 GB per month, the changes represent a price increase. Personally, I suspect these changes are more about enhancing AT&T's bottom line than they are about saving customers money.
Source: AT&T Consumer Blog via All Things D