AT&T is reopening plans for some customers who were told that their wireless plans were too expensive and would have to be upgraded.
The carrier told customers on Wednesday that it is moving to the new wireless plans that customers had signed up for on March 1.
AT&T says it is changing its pricing for new customers to reflect that the plans will be more affordable.
For a few weeks, some customers received letters from AT&t that they were not eligible for a refund or upgrade.
However, those customers were told on Wednesday they are eligible for an upgrade.AT&t says it will start the upgrade process in January, but that it will have to work with customers on an ongoing basis to accommodate the changes.
As part of the plan upgrade, AT&.
T says customers will receive a $50 credit for each phone upgrade they make, up to a maximum of $100 per phone upgrade.