AT&T now offering new GoPhone prepaid smartphone plans
AT&T has begun offering new smartphone plans for customers who use the GoPhone service. The prepaid, no-contract smartphone plans range in price from $25-$60 per month depending on the amount minutes and data you need. Specifically, the new plans are the $40 and $60 options.
- $25 — 250 minutes, unlimited messaging
- $40 — 500 minutes, unlimited messaging, 200MB data
- $50 — unlimited minutes, unlimited messaging, WiFi data only
- $60 — unlimited minutes, unlimited messaging, 2GB data
There are, of course, other options to add including additional data allotments. Should you need more than the 2GB plan, for instance, you can add 1GB for $10/month. Also, all of the plans include your standard fare of voicemail, call forwarding, call waiting, caller ID, nationwide long distance and three-way calling.
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