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AT&T Adds Data Packages To Pre-Paid

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Jun 5, 2007, 3:52 PM   by (staff)

AT&T today announced that GO Phone users can now purchase blocks of messages, megabytes, and off-peak minutes. Pre-paid subscribers can buy 200 messages for $5 or 3000 for $20, 1 MB of data for $5 or 5 MB for $10 and 3000 off-peak minutes for $20. These packages are good for 30 days however unused portions will roll over if a subscriber renews the package before it expires. Go Phone users will still pay for voice calls by the minute. Many other pre-paid carriers allow subscribers to buy "hybrid" plans that include a monthly allotment of voice minutes, messages and data at a discounted price.

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Jun 11, 2007, 10:00 AM

Would people buy the iPhone if it were offered as a GoPhone?

i would just so i don't have to sign a contract but i don't want to pay $1000 for the phone

Jun 5, 2007, 4:22 PM


Another reason why AT&T is #1


rafster said:
Another reason why AT&T is #1



i concur
GO at&t!!
Yes, because of AT&T's uber complex pre-paid data plans they are indeed #1 Confused Wink
Just in time for the iPhone, maybe? Hmmmm...

Jun 6, 2007, 9:58 PM

wish it has daily unlimited data

if so, I'd go for it, get prepaid SIM
Hell yeah, me too!

Jun 6, 2007, 7:48 AM

Can someone please explain

I am not very phone savy. I want to be able to access some websites from work through a cell phone or pda. When they say data packages is that what they mean? I have my cell phone through verizon but would be will to buy a pda and a prepaid plan through at&t if I would be able to access websites on it. Can someone explain this to me please. TIA
T-mobile has a sidekick pre-paid, you can access the web and email for a dollar a day, cant beat that.
Wireless Buddy

Jun 5, 2007, 6:15 PM

Last time I checked..

With T-Mobile To Go you can you most PDAs and get FREE UNLIMITED data on the EDGE network.

I say Tmobile is better. Razz
Not for pre-paid. It blows!!
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