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

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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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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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Wondering the same.
Yes. Usually you have to port out and port back in to take advantage of a new account promo, like the Walmart 25GB plan, but for a regular price plan, they can convert your account.
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I checked visible web site. It says starting from $25 but then shows $40 for the cheapest plan.
What is the name of that plan how to get it?
First month is $40 and then you join a group which brings it down to $25. It's easy to join a group and each person is billed separately. https://www.reddit.com/r/VisiblePartyPay/

I just now moved to visible from att postpaid and so far happy with it.
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How?? Nothing like this shows up under "Plans"
It's the first thing I see when I click OPs link..
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Yep, I was going to say I've had VZ $40/month for 15GB for a while now and I think $5 off w/ autopay. I downgraded wife's line to 5GB plan for $25 as we never leave the house these days. I do wish they have a cheap plan to finally bring over my mom's line which is still on Xfinity mobile 1GB a month for $15.xx all in.
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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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Thanks. Looks like it is only available for new lines. I already have a prepaid line. It doesn't seem to let me switch to yearly plans.
Call them. They will do it.
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How is att prepaid vs cricket?
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How is att prepaid vs cricket?
Much better. Cricket caps the download speed at 8 Mbps. No capping at AT&T prepaid. I consistently get 40 Mbps or more, sometimes it is speedy than my WiFi. Upload I get about 10 Mbps and not very stable. It varies, sometimes it's below 6 Mbps.
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can you transfer from post paid to prepaid at&t?
Definitely
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Wondering the same.
Yes, you can. You have to go to a brick-and-mortar At&T store (a corporate store, not an independent authorized reseller) and ask them to do so.

I had a pre-paid plan and my parents were on an expensive prepaid plan. The three of us went to the store and it took about 60 minutes. I brought two new phones with us and activated their new phones in the store.
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Much better. Cricket caps the download at 8 Mbps. No capping at AT&T prepaid.
Plus you get international coverage right? Is the pricing that much worse? I have 4 lines unlimited everything for 100 right now with cricket
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Yes. I did.
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Why would you go with ATT prepaid? 5G is only on $60 plan. Verizon includes 5G on all its prepaid. Hope ATT follows suit. Visible will also have 5G by end of year. That is $25/mo deprioritized data. So there ping times are longer.
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How is att prepaid vs cricket?
Cricket's website, chat feature, and payment setup are better, but AT&T Prepaid I've had decent success getting to an agent via phone support.

Cricket has better deals with port-in and you can often get numbers off of eBay to get future port-in deals, sometimes on the same account, which is a nice discount.

As for service, both are owned by at&t and I get decent coverage. At&t Prepaid doesn't have throttling until you hit the data limit and it allows tethering without paying extra. Cricket also restricts wifi calling and VoLTE to iPhones and cricket-branded Android phones, while at&t Prepaid allows several unlocked models to at least have VoLTE (i.e. OnePlus 7T) or both (i.e. recent pixels).
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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 have that... My data speeds got worse and worse. Cant even hit 0.5mbps in a bigger city. About to switch back to ATT now they have a similar deal.
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Wondering the same.
Switch to AT&T PREPAID

Here's what to know. Make sure that:
Your current AT&T wireless account has been active for at least 30 days
Your account isn't past due
Your current wireless bill isn't combined with another service, like DIRECTV or AT&T Internet
Your current line isn't on a business account

Good to know:
You can't switch to AT&T PREPAID during the 2 days before or the 4 days after your bill period ends. That's when we calculate your usage for the month.
AT&T PREPAID accounts can't be tax exempt.
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