AT&T prepaid subsidiary Cricket Wireless has just upgraded its 4G LTE entry-level plan with more data for its customers. The wireless carrier normally offer its entry-level plan with 1GB of data for $40 per month, now the have upgrade the plan to offer 2.5GB of data for $40 per month, (or $35 after a $5 discount for setting up auto pay).
Cricket is also increasing its $50 monthly plan to offer 5GB of high-speed data instead of 3GB that was previously offered. The $60 monthly plan still offers 10GB of high-speed data, however they are giving customers the option to sign up for an Advanced plan that offers 20GB of high-speed data for $60 but only for a limited time.
The plans still comes with unlimited talk and text, plus each customer qualifies for the $5 discount if they sign up for automatic bill payment each month.