Remember the 3G data plans for the PlayStation Vita that have been concrete for several months now? You know, the internet subscription plans solely provided by mobile superpower AT&T? Well, it doesn’t matter, because they’re changing… well, slightly.
In an announcement via the US PlayStation blog, the two 3G data plans being offered for on-the-go gaming and internet access are altering in structure. Instead of offering a 250MB plan for $15 and a 2GB plan for $25, your two new options are:
- 250MB of data for $14.99, 30-day recurring opt out, which starts at the date and time of purchase.
- 3GB of data for $30.00, 30-day recurring opt out, which starts at the date and time of purchase.
In math terminology, that’s roughly twelve times the data for twice the cost. That’s not a terrible offer if you’re someone who plans to be well invested in mobile gaming with your Vita.
If you could care less about 3G, then there’s always the Wifi only model, not to mention a lower price.