Separating the contents of the product from the summary like this is rather confusing. Especially since you're now making it rather difficult to compare the content. The thing you want to do is to show what people are missing out on if they don't select the optimal plan (the one you want to push).
There's multiple ways to steer the user's decision making.
The more focus you bring to the benefits and features, the more value users will feel they're getting for their money. Strike through features that are 'missing' from certain plans. This helps with comparing benefits for your user, but works in your favor.
Use a decoy
If you want to upsell, use decoy products. This is slightly bordering on manipulation, but it hooks on people's tendency to compare products relatively to one another. Add a product with the same price or higher price point than the one you want to sell, but give it less features.
Place the price plan left to right, not top to bottom
Also start with the highest and least desirable one and work your way towards the cheapest options. The other way around and people won't consider your more expensive plans. This works hand in hand with the natural reading order. Highlight the price plan you want to sell.
This article shows some best practises to optimise the price plan.