You might not know this if you don't keep up with mobile tech industry news, but AT&T is switching up its data pricing scheme for 3G customers. Earlier this month, the wireless provider announced a change that did away with its two previous plans: 200MB for $15/month or 2GB for $25/month. The new plans cost a bit more, but offer more data in return: 300MB for $20/month, 3GB for $30/month and 5GB for $50/month.
The 3G data pricing for Sony's PlayStation Vita -- which AT&T will be responsible for in North America -- was announced a couple weeks earlier, and it fell close to the old model: 250MB for $15/month or 2GB for $25/month. Those two plans have now changed to fit with the newer pricing, Sony's AT&T page for the Vita reveals: the 250MB plan continues to cost $15/month but the second plan has been upped to 3GB, for $30/month. Both of these are still no-contract situations, so you can opt in or out whenever you like. Consider this your public service announcement.