AT&T has announced they will be offering two wireless data plans for the PlayStation Vita console when the handheld launches on February 22. According to the company, neither of the two monthly plans will require a contract.
The first plan will go for $14.99 and provide 250MB of data for use in one month. The second plan will cost $25 and will provide 2GB (8x more than the other plan) of data. These plans come on top of the price of the actual system, which is $249.99 for the Wi-Fi only model or $299.99 for the 3G model.
Not only will you get the data, but anyone who activates their Vita on an AT&T plan will get a voucher for a free game from the PlayStation Store and they'll also get free access to over 29,000 AT&T WiFi hotspots around the U.S.
These prices basically mean that the PlayStation Vita data plans will cost just as much as any other device that uses AT&T as its service provider. Do you think that these prices are fair for a handheld console, or do you think that the price should have been lower (or higher)? Let us know in the comments section.