AT&T has revealed at the Consumer Electronics Show exactly how much players will shell out for data plans when the Playstation Vita rolls around on February 22nd. The 250 MB plan will cost $15 a month while the 2 GB version, the one people will actually sign up for, will take $25 out of your wallet each month.
Fortunately, both of these plans have no term contracts, freeing up users a bit more. Anyone not willing to attach an extra bill to their PS Vita can pick up the Wi-Fi only model at about $250, while the 3G-enabled Vita debuts at $300.
After a constant stream of criticisms over the pricing for the Playstation Vita, including both the handheld itself and required memory sticks, these data plan prices will hopefully help soothe irked gamers and their irritated bank accounts. Look for the PS Vita to hit stores on February 22, or the hands of dedicated enthusiasts a week early via preorders.