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AT&T Prepaid Service: Unlimited Talk, Text + Data: 15GB/ Mo $40/ Mo, 5GB/Mo

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AT&T Wireless offers their AT&T Pre-Paid Services Plans below. Thanks ipoddave

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  • Unlimited Talk, Text & 5GB High Speed Data $30/ Month
  • Unlimited Talk, Text & 15GB High Speed Data $40/ Month

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  • Plans include unlimited talk and text within the U.S. and unlimited text from the U.S. to over 100 countries. After high-speed data allowance is used, speeds are reduced to a max of 128 Kbps for rest of 30-day term.
  • Video streams stream in Standard Definition quality similar to DVD (about 480p)
  • This offer is not eligible for AutoPay discount.
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Update 11-20-2020 #1: Looks like the plan detail is out on AT&T prepaid site. Looks like the new plans lost the HD video streaming but Canada and Mexico roaming stays on the 15GB plan.

It is NOT on the website yet, but when you login to your prepaid account, select the Plan tab and you will see the new $40 Plan with 15GB and $30 Plan with 5GB. I changed the plan since today is my renewal day.

Also they removed the autopay discount on these new plan with a more straight forward pricing.

You still get multi-line discount with these new plans. For 2 lines on the $30 plan you pay $25 per line ($30 x 2 - $10)/2.

Tips #1: Change plan on the day before renewal to avoid excessive prorated charges.

Tips #2: Buy prepaid refill online at Target year round promotion to save an extra 10 to 15% and pay no taxes!

$40 15GB Monthly Plan
Good for 30 days upon payment of applicable plan charge. Not eligible for AutoPay discount. Unlimited Talk & Text: Includes unlimited talk and text within and between the U.S., Mexico & Canada and unlimited text from the U.S. to over 100 countries. For the list of over 100 countries available for texting from the U.S., go to att.com/prepaidintltext. Data: Plan includes 15GB of high-speed data in the U.S., Mexico & Canada. After high-speed data allowance is used, speeds are reduced to a max of 128 Kbps for rest of 30-day term. Mobile Hotspot use included. Video Streaming: Video streams in Standard Definition quality similar to DVD (about 480p). Ability to stream and video resolution may vary and be affected by other factors. For more details on coverage area availability, charges, restrictions and conditions, go to att.com/prepaid. Service provided by AT&T Mobility.

$30 5GB Monthly Plan
Good for 30 days upon payment of applicable plan charge. Not eligible for AutoPay discount. Unlimited Talk & Text: Includes unlimited talk and text within the U.S. and unlimited text from the U.S. to over 100 countries. For the list of over 100 countries available for texting from the U.S., go to att.com/prepaidintltext. Data: Plan includes 5GB of high-speed data in the U.S. only. After high-speed data allowance is used, speeds are reduced to a max of 128 Kbps for rest of 30-day term. Mobile Hotspot use included. Video Streaming: Video streams in Standard Definition quality similar to DVD (about 480p).Ability to stream and video resolution may vary and be affected by other factors. For more details on coverage area availability, charges, restrictions and conditions, go to att.com/prepaid. Service provided by AT&T Mobility.

http://www.att.com/prepaid
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Q: Can someone clarify if AT&T prepaid WiFi calling works on all Unlocked phones? Why I ask is, I am using Cricket wireless and WiFi calling works only on Cricket branded phones and my home doesn't have good signal and rely on WiFi calling
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Yes, I currently have an AT&T Unlimited Prepaid plan and am using an eSIM. Just need to go in store and ask them to convert your physical sim into an eSIM.

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Verizon Prepaid is heavily deprioritized in crowded areas.
I've been on the 8gb + 17gb walmart/At&t Prepaid plan for over a year and it looks like they're still offering it. 25gb of full speed data with hotspot for $40.00 per month is still a pretty good deal. Ya just need to purchase a cheap prepaid phone from them. I actually ended up returning mine after I got the 17gb bonus data.
These look like decent, single-month commitment options without much hoops to jump through. But I agree the Walmart plan is better at $40 and even the yearly $300 ($25/month) is better for the lowest price; that $300/year is 8 GB plus rollover and tethering. The catch is that you need to port in and have to commit for the year. My wife just renewed her yearly plan for the same price.

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I've been on the 8gb + 17gb walmart/At&t Prepaid plan for over a year and it looks like they're still offering it. 25gb of full speed data with hotspot for $40.00 per month is still a pretty good deal. Ya just need to purchase a cheap prepaid phone from them. I actually ended up returning mine after I got the 17gb bonus data.
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What abt multi line discount.
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These look like decent, single-month commitment options without much hoops to jump through. But I agree the Walmart plan is better at $40 and even the yearly $300 ($25/month) is better for the lowest price; that $300/year is 8 GB plus rollover and tethering. The catch is that you need to port in and have to commit for the year. My wife just renewed her yearly plan for the same price.
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This isn't bad, and AT&T coverage is good, but Verizon prepaid is only $25/month for unlimited talk, text, and 5GB of data after 9 months, with autopay. The plan starts at $40, with $5 off for setting up autopay, then $5 off per month at the 3 month mark, and another $5/month at the 9 month mark. That seems like the best deal to me, at the moment, for one line.
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What abt multi line discount.
It appears that multi line discounts still apply. You just don't get an autopay discount
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This isn't bad, and AT&T coverage is good, but Verizon prepaid is only $25/month for unlimited talk, text, and 5GB of data after 9 months, with autopay. The plan starts at $40, with $5 off for setting up autopay, then $5 off per month at the 3 month mark, and another $5/month at the 9 month mark. That seems like the best deal to me, at the moment, for one line.
I guess it depends on coverage needs and the number of lines on the account. With 2 lines it will cost $25 each ($30x2 - $10 multi-line discount). With Verizon it will take 9 months to get to the price and no multi-line discount.
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Any multi-line discount with these new plans?
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I guess it depends on coverage needs and the number of lines on the account. With 2 lines it will cost $25 each ($30x2 - $10 multi-line discount). With Verizon it will take 9 months to get to the price and no multi-line discount.
You should add this info to OP
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This isn't bad, and AT&T coverage is good, but Verizon prepaid is only $25/month for unlimited talk, text, and 5GB of data after 9 months, with autopay. The plan starts at $40, with $5 off for setting up autopay, then $5 off per month at the 3 month mark, and another $5/month at the 9 month mark. That seems like the best deal to me, at the moment, for one line.
But ATT prepaid also have 8gb for $300/yr
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But ATT prepaid also have 8gb for $300/yr
You're not locked into 1 yr so you get less I guess.
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Not offered anymore

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I've been on the 8gb + 17gb walmart/At&t Prepaid plan for over a year and it looks like they're still offering it. 25gb of full speed data with hotspot for $40.00 per month is still a pretty good deal. Ya just need to purchase a cheap prepaid phone from them. I actually ended up returning mine after I got the 17gb bonus data.
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Any multi-line discount with these new plans?
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