- 300MB data for $20/month (each additional 300MB for another $20)
- 3GB data for $30/month (each additional 1GB for $10)
- 5GB data with tethering for $50/month (each additional 1GB for $10)
Compared to the current plans (200 MB for $15, 2 GB for $25 and 4 GB for $45) and similarly priced plans from Verizon (2 GB for $30, 5 GB for $50, or 4 GB with tethering for $50) the new plans are a lot more competitive.
They also give users some breathing room data-wise, which makes sense given that smartphone data usage is slowly but steadily increasing according to a report from Nielsen.
Source: The Verge