AT&T keeps to capitalize on their acquisition of Iusacell and increasing into the Mexican marketplace. Last month the service introduced free calling to Mexico for AT&T customers. Not to be neglected, AT&T’s pay as you go carrier GoPhone is reaping a few advantages of the growth.
Starting February twentieth, GoPhone customers on the $60 plan will revel in the similar limitless calling to Mexico that AT&T consumers get.
AT&T additionally tweaked two in their data plans a bit of to supply a few further top-velocity data to their GoPhone customers. GoPhone consumers who've a 1 GB plan for $45 per thirty days will see their top velocity data cap building up to 1.5 GB per thirty days. Users who recently have 2.5 GB plan for $60 per 30 days may have a brand new top-velocity cap at 4 GB of data. When consumers exceed their per thirty days cap, AT&T throttles data velocity, however there aren't any further fees to proceed to get entry to the data community.
AT&T says the adjustments are only a approach to display their appreciation for GoPhone consumers. Users on both plan don't have to do anything else to benefit from those further options – AT&T will routinely upload them to consumer bills.
Come remark on this newsletter: AT&T adds Mexico to GoPhone plan, ups data allowance on two GoPhone plans