FCC AT&T

After a previous data increase in January of this year, AT&T has increased the allotment for the $45 and $60 GoPhone Plans. Here’s what the two plans now include:

$45/month plan:

  • Unlimited talk, text, and data*
  • Rollover data: Unused high-speed data is carried over for one more 30-day period
  • Price can be reduced to $40 if you enable Auto Refill

*3 GB (previously 2 GB) high-speed data with speeds reduced to 128 Kbps thereafter

$60/month Plan:

  • Unlimited talk, text, and data*
  • Roaming between US, Canada, and Mexico (given that 50% of Talk and text is used in the US)
  • Rollover data: unused high-speed data is carried over for one more 30-day period
  • Price can be reduced to $55 if you enable Auto Refill

*6 GB (previously 5 GB) High-Speed data with speeds reduced to 128 Kbps thereafter

How this compares to other prepaid plans:

Verizon

$45/month gets you 2 GB* of 4G LTE data with unlimited talk and text between the US, Mexico, and Canada. $60/month gets you 5 GB** of 4G LTE data with unlimited talk and text between the US, Mexico, and Canada.
*3 GB with Auto Pay
**6 GB with Auto Pay

Sprint

$45/month at Sprint gets you 3 GB of 4G LTE data but the 6 GB high-speed data plan is $55/month. The catch with these plans is there is no roaming unlimited talk or text.

via Sprint

T-Mobile

The 3 GB plan is $40/month at T-mobile. However, $60/month at T-mobile gets you 10 GB of 4G LTE Data. The only catch is you must add an extra $5/month for unlimited talk and text in Mexico and Canada.


Note that all of these plans have unlimited data, but the prices determine how much 4G LTE/high-speed data you can use each month.

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