U.S. Cellular may push cheaper data plans this month
A new leak suggests that starting March 13, the carrier will roll out new plans that give offer more data for the same money.
U.S. Cellular will soon offer customers more data options, according to a leaked company document picked up by Droid Life.
Set to take effect on March 13, U.S. Cellular's shared plans could provide a bigger buckets of data for the same price. The $40 plan reportedly bumps data from 300MB up to 1GB while the $50 option doubles the 1GB pool to 2GB.
On the higher end of the spectrum, the $60 plan increases from 2GB to 3GB. U.S. Cellular will also introduce an entry-level plan with 300MB of data for $15 per month.
If true, U.S. Cellular's move will be the latest wireless carrier to introduce higher value data plans. The first few months of 2014 have also seen the regional carrier introduce a $50 no-contract plan. Verizon, T-Mobile, and AT&T made adjustments to their respective offerings.