Starting Monday, June 7th, 2010, AT&T will be offering new data plans for its iPhone and iPad customers,Apple Insider reports.
According to the article, "AT&T announced this week that a new data plan for iPhone owners, dubbed "DataPro," will be offered starting June 7, providing 2GB of data for $25 per month. Tethering costs an additional $20 per month, and lets customers use their handset to share Internet connectivity with another device, such as a laptop. Tethering will be available this summer when iPhone OS 4 is released."
In addition, "AT&T will also offer a less expensive data plan, called "DataPlus," which offers 200MB for $15 per month," the articles says, adding, "Current AT&T customers are not required to switch to the new plans and sacrifice their unlimited data, but can do so without a contract extension."
On the iPad side, AT&T will be discontinuing its plan where one can pay $29.99 a month for unlimited 3G data. The article says " It will be replaced by a no-contract plan that runs $25 a month for 2GB of data. Customers who have the existing unlimited plan are not required to change."