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AT&T's new pre-paid $25 GoPhone plan offers 250 anytime minutes and unlimited messaging

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AT&T's new pre-paid $25 GoPhone plan offers 250 anytime minutes and unlimited messaging
Just when you think that carriers are out to pinch you out of your hard-earned money, AT&T is coming to the rescue by offering a brand new prepaid GoPhone plan that’s uber affordable on most budgets.

Surely it’s going to raise some eyes, AT&T announced today that they’re rolling out a new prepaid GoPhone plan that’s priced reasonably at $25 per month. With the new plan, it offers customers a sum of 250 anytime minutes and unlimited messaging, which is pretty decent for those who aren’t all into voice calling. On top of that, prepaid customers will have the option to purchase 250 minutes of international calling for a mere $10 per month charge.

And if you’re worried about losing service the moment you step into Canada, you’ll be ecstatic to know that you can now roam there with rates starting at $0.39 per minute, $0.25 per sent text message, and $0.20 for each received message.

Therefore, if this is something that fits the bill for you, then get ready to jump right in when it goes into effect starting on September 18th.

source: AT&T via Mobileburn

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posted on 12 Sep 2011, 16:53 1

1. ardent1 (Posts: 1983; Member since: 16 Apr 2011)


That is a great plan for people who like to text. It looks like AT&T is going after Spint's market, namely the Virgin Mobile demographics. The question is how are the phones because the last time I checked, their phones sucketh and I ended up getting the Motorola Triumph with 300 minutes and unlimited data at $25 a month.

I hope these cell phone executives get the message: Consumers want good phones and good plans at a fair price. The $300 Triumph should be a wake-up call that consumers will pay more than the current $20 to $100 for crappy prepaid phones. And charging about $180 for the Thrive is a rip-off since Virgin charged as low as $129 for about the same phone.

posted on 12 Sep 2011, 23:11

3. alvinspeakstoo (Posts: 11; Member since: 11 Jul 2011)


so true. Virgin is in the lead. Heard they'll release optimus black. =]

posted on 12 Sep 2011, 17:22

2. hi (unregistered)


i'll take this, it will definitely suite me

posted on 13 Sep 2011, 03:47

4. PeterIfromsweden (Posts: 1230; Member since: 03 Aug 2011)


"uber" is that another word that you have stolen in the US... ?

posted on 13 Sep 2011, 07:02

5. Mooooo (Posts: 212; Member since: 27 Aug 2011)


About time At and t.

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