AT&T has announced of eliminating few of the affordable data plans from its GoPhone network. The options will be shut down from June 20 and new plans will be emerging up in coming weeks, said representative.
However, the AT&T rep did not mention whether the new upcoming plans will be budget-friendly.
In a statement the company said the changes are made to simplify the offers made for the GoPhone customers and to align what customers are looking for.
Meanwhile, AT&T has already started notifying its customers about the changes in advance.
GoPhone is specially designed to cater to prepaid customers with limited selection of phones options. AT&T is also testing Aio Wireless for new prepaid service.
Currently AT&T is facing tough competition with carriers like T-Mobile which is offering no-contract services on high-end handsets like iPhone and Samsung Galaxy.
For Further Reading:
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- T-Mobile announces contract-free data-only plans
- Sprint announces unlimited data plan with Apple’s next iPhone
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- How to get non-expiring data plans without contract
- Deal Alert: Verizon offers 100MB global data usage for just $25
- Verizon launches attractive new prepaid plans
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