LOS ANGELES (CBS) — Millions of AT&T customers across the Southland may soon be paying more to use their smartphones and tablets.

The company’s new plans allow for more data downloads per month, but they come with a $5 price hike.

Customers will now be able to get 300 megabytes for $20, three gigabytes for $30, or five gigabytes for $50.

Those who already subscribe to one of these plans, or have the $30 unlimited data plan, will not be affected.

The new changes go into effect Sunday, Jan. 22.

Comments (3)
  1. Carlos Cuevas says:

    Great…. one more thing they wont be able to maintain stability with….what a bunch of maroons….

  2. unfortunate at&t customer says:

    How about AT&T Launch some Customer Service? You can’t move forward if you can’t fix the things that hold you back!

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