Newsbrief by Dan Seifert on Thursday May 31, 2012.
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Following Verizon Wireless' adjustments to its international data plans last month, AT&T has also refreshed its data plan options for international travelers. The new plans offer more data for less money, and can be used with any of AT&T's smartphones in over 130 different countries. Starting tomorrow, AT&T customers that are traveling overseas will be able to choose between 120MB of data for $30 per month, 300MB for $60 per month, or 800MB for $120 per month. If users go over their purchased allotment, another 120MB of data will be added to each plan automatically for an additional fee of $30. Compared to the older options where 800MB of international data would cost $199.99 per month, these new plans are considerably more affordable.source: AT&T