According to a poster on Howard Forums who received an email from Scratch Wireless, the company plans on getting rid of its monthly unlimited data plan. Currently the company offers unlimited data at a rate of $24.99 for 30 days. While the new plan will retain that same price, only 1 GB of data will be offered once the change is complete. Scratch Wireless has also commented on the board so it looks like you can pencil this change in as a fact.
Scratch Wireless is an MVNO that operates on Sprint's network. The pseudo carrier operates as a wi-fi first provider, meaning all calls and texts over wi-fi are completely free. You can sign up for service and never pay a cent if you don't mind being restricted to wi-fi only usage. If you ever need to hop onto a cellular network, the company offers network passes in the form of data or voice only for one day at a time or 30 day monthly passes. A summary of Scratch Wireless's offerings is in the infographic.