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AT&T Prepaid: UNL Talk & Text + 25GB for $40/mo. with autopay ($50 without) *Walmart Exclusive*
Seems like a pretty good deal for AT&T network:
$50/mo. but $40 with autopay:
- UNL Talk & Text
- 25GB High Speed Data then 2G
- Hotspot included
- Mexico and Canada roaming included
2 lines would be $70, 3 lines would be $100, 4 lines would be $120, and 5 lines would be $140.
Looks like this deal is only at Walmart - everywhere else has 16GB data offer and it requires autopay. This offer looks like it doesn't require auto-pay.
Deal requires purchase of an AT&T PREPAID phone from either a Walmart store or from walmart.com. It does not have to be a smartphone. The Cingular Flip 2 also works.
If you have no intention of using the Walmart phone and want to swap to a different phone, verify the Walmart phone you buy has the same size SIM card as the phone you want to use (most use nanoSIM cards these days). To be safe, use the Walmart phone until your bonus data appears on your account.
Online activation does not give you an option to port your number. It will only give you a new number based on the zip code you enter during activation. Try calling customer service to activate if you wish to port your number over.
If you activated your phone with a new number and wish to port your old number over to it after the fact, read the warning below:
Warning about porting after activation: YMMV Several users are reporting that they aren't receiving the 17GB of bonus data after porting their number over and only receiving 8GB of bonus from the regular AT&T deal. Many are getting the runaround and being told to wait the entire 10 days to see if the full 17GB shows up. At least one user has so far and still hasn't received it. AT&T has escalated their case and they're waiting to hear back (https://slickdeals.net/forums/showpost.php?p=
AT&T customer service: 1-800-901-9878 or 611 on any AT&T mobile phone
AT&T's Port Activation Center: 1-888-898-7685
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