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AT&T’s GoPhone to add LTE/HSPA+ support for iPhone

AT&T’s GoPhone brand will reportedly be adding support for AT&T’s LTE and HSPA+ networks today, allowing iPhone users to use cellular data. Three service plans will be offered — a $65 per month plan offers unlimited calls and texts and 1 GB of data. Other plans are available for $25 or $50 a month, but both require separate data packages for cellular data use. Current GoPhone customers who use iPhones will automatically gain cellular data access on June 21, but customers can request a manual upgrade before that. [via MacRumors]

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