Not even three months after its last plan slate change that added unlimited throttled data, AT&T’s GoPhone is undergoing another revamp of its plan slate to reflect the recent acquisitions of Iusacell and Nextel Mexico as well as the increasing competition from its own sibling prepaid brand in Cricket Wireless.
To begin, the $45 and $60 monthly plans will have more data added to their monthly allotments, with the $45 plan seeing an increase to 1.5GB and the $60 plan going up to 4GB. Both plans will also get unlimited calling and messaging to Mexico as well, with GoPhone adding a new $30 monthly plan meant for non-smartphones with unlimited voice and messaging that also includes unlimited messaging to 100+ countries.
More details on the changes are expected on Wednesday when the new plans and additions are expected to go live for new and current customers.
Update: AT&T has confirmed the changes to the $45 and $60 GoPhone plans in a new blog post, although only the $60 plan gets unlimited Mexico calling. It also makes no mention of the rumored $30 non-smartphone plan with unlimited messaging or other rumored changes centered around additional data options on daily use and other plans reported on other sites. The changes to the $45 and $60 plans will now go live on Friday, February 20th.