AT&T Adds Data Packages To Pre-Paid
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.
RingPlus To Offer Free Phone Service
RingPlus today announced a new mobile phone service plan that is ad-supported, but completely free to the customer. The ads take the form of ringback tones, which RingPlus customers hear on outbound voice calls, after dialing but before the other party picks up.
Virgin Mobile Adjusts Pricing, Intros $20 No-Data Option
Virgin Mobile USA today made some changes to its service plans. To start, the company added a new, low-cost plan for $20 per month.
AT&T Improves International Plans
AT&T today rolled out new service plans for use when traveling abroad. Under the new AT&T Passport plans, customers pay a one-time monthly fee for 30 days of access to international voice minutes, messaging, and data.
C Spire Debuts Rollover Data
C Spire Wireless has introduced new service plans that include rollover data. The trio of plans allows customers to carryover unused data from one month to the next in order to avoid overage charges during months they may need more access.
Would people buy the iPhone if it were offered as a GoPhone?
Another reason why AT&T is #1
wish it has daily unlimited data
Can someone please explain
Last time I checked..
I say Tmobile is better.