AT&T's $25 per month GoPhone plan now includes unlimited texting to a handful of other countries
Specifically, AT&T’s base $25 per month GoPhone service is now being blessed with an unlimited texting feature that allow customers to text all they want to Canada, Mexico, and 100 additional countries. Previously, this feature was only made available to the higher $50 per month GoPhone offering – so yeah, it’s nice of AT&T to extend it for free to its lower monthly offering.
Therefore, the new $25 per month GoPhone Plan now provides for unlimited texting to those aforementioned places, plus 250 anytime voice minutes. Meanwhile, the $50 offering gives customers unlimited nationwide calling, texting, and data usage.
For those who’ve been content with the entry-level $25 GoPhone Plan, they’ll be extremely glad to know that the carrier is now throwing in unlimited texting for free. Nowadays, it’s quite rare to find anyone making this kind of a move, and instead, we hear about price hikes and dropped features – needless to say, this is seen as a positive move on AT&T’s behalf.
source: AT&T (1 & 2) via Phonescoop
1. squallz506 posted on 09 Jul 2012, 12:07 1 0
good try big blue, but virgin mobile offers "unlimited" wi-max and 100 mins in my area for $30/mo, and tmobile offers 5gb of hdspa+ and 300 minutes for $30/mo.
3. Jyakotu posted on 09 Jul 2012, 12:39 2 0
Just so you know, Virgin and Boost Mobile throttle you at 2.5GB of data. Just saying.
5. RORYREVOLUTION posted on 09 Jul 2012, 17:31 0 0
Not only that but at&t has way better coverage and much faster data speeds in general.
4. Roomaku posted on 09 Jul 2012, 15:17 0 0
Yeah I know right? I mean come on if they want to compete with prepaid at all they'd offer data with the 25$ even if it was only a gig. Now that would be competitive especially if you could use any At&t phone and if you were a light user. But right now yeah Virgin and T-mob have the best prepaid
6. RORYREVOLUTION posted on 09 Jul 2012, 17:36 0 0
That's the thing about Verizon and AT&T who have the best coverage nation wide. Why would they offer you cheap data plans with lots of data to use on any unlocked phone? What would be the point in signing a conrract? Lol I wish that was true but lets face it they aren't going to do that anytime soon.
7. Roomaku posted on 09 Jul 2012, 18:47 0 0
Yeah they wont do it because they know there are people that either don't know there is an alternative, need the coverage that prepaid doesn't provide, or think prepaid is a joke/for poor people.
2. iWorld posted on 09 Jul 2012, 12:07 0 2
Go launcher is going to sue Go phone. Apple sucks.........
8. jenna_23 posted on 09 Jul 2012, 19:41 0 0
I dnt have att go phone my friend does and only thing I like about it its that it works in Mexico for 25 cents the minute were as virgin and boost dnt.Took a roadtrip with my friends to Mexico one has boost evo design 4G the other virgin evo v 4G and the other a cheap att flip phone go phone that has a VGA camera. Moment we crossed into TJ by car both my friends on boost and virgin checked there cool 4G phones and had no service while my friend had att service on his cheap flip phone in half of tj once we got deeper in to tj his phone immediately switched to TELCEL GSM and had service all the way to ensenada and mexicali his phone roamed on telcel and had service everywhere and it was cheap 25 cents the minute we had to use his phone to make calls back to thE US cuz my friends boost and virgin didn't work at all LOL my att galaxy note also roamed on telcel I also had service but I didn't use my phone cuz I'm on contract and they charged me 1.49 the minute so yeaa it sukd.