When you think of prepaid services, big names like Metro PCS, Boost Mobile, or Virgin Mobile may pop up. This past year we've seen a substantial growth on prepaid services with a bunch of providers offering unlimited plans that include talk, text, and web access. AT&T may not have aggressively attacked this sector because they make more money and focus their attention on post paid customers. Their new GoPhone Prepaid Service is going for $60 per month for only unlimited talk and messaging. Undoubtedly the high cost has its reason – specifically that AT&T's network is more widespread than other prepaid carriers. One good thing to come out of it is that calls placed to Canada and Mexico are included. So if you require a stellar network coverage to consider going the no contract route, then you may want to see how AT&T's new plan might fit your needs.