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GoPhone upgrades their $45 & $65 plans ($40 & $60 with AutoPay) $45 plan jumps to 6GB from 4GB, $65 plan jumps to unlimited (22GB) from 8GB

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Just saw the plan changes when I logged into my account. I was pleasantly surprised.

The $45 plan has rollover data from the prior month and 4G LTE speeds

The $65 plan has unlimited data (22GB) but the speed is limited to 3mbps speed (like AT&T's Unlimited Choice Plan) - Thanks umjs78
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Created 03-10-2017 at 07:54 AM by tim_who_else
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$65 and $60 with autopay
unlimited data has speed limit of 3mb/s
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$65 and $60 with autopay
unlimited data has speed limit of 3mb/s
hmmmmm
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Is it true that Go Phone doesn't charge Taxes if paid by prepaid refill cards? Thinking of signing up for GoPhone over cricket for the tethering and roll-over data but not excited about paying an extra $5 in Taxes.
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Is it true that Go Phone doesn't charge Taxes if paid by prepaid refill cards? Thinking of signing up for GoPhone over cricket for the tethering and roll-over data but not excited about paying an extra $5 in Taxes.
my taxes are a little over $3 and I plan on staying for the 6gb plan because of the rollover data and the GoPhone's uncapped speeds vs Cricket's speed limitations
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nvm.. Read the Terms and it says clearly Tehter is supported and also support 4G LTE for Smartphones...
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revaldo29Is it true that Go Phone doesn't charge Taxes if paid by prepaid refill cards? Thinking of signing up for GoPhone over cricket for the tethering and roll-over data but not excited about paying an extra $5 in Taxes.
Yep, I use refills and don't have to pay taxes.

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Is Tether allowed in Go Phone?
Also looks like no 4G LTE.. Says Include 6G data at speed of 3G
That's for basic phones.
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Is Tether allowed in Go Phone?
Also looks like no 4G LTE.. Says Include 6G data at speed of 3G
No, read it more carefully. That's for dumbphones (basic phones). Tethering is allowed as it says in the thing that you didn't read properly.
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Is Tether allowed in Go Phone?
Also looks like no 4G LTE.. Says Include 6G data at speed of 3G
yes, it has been

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Yep, I use refills and don't have to pay taxes.


That's for basic phones.
if you use refills can you set it up for autopay to receive discount
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I wish they would lower the price instead. I don't need the extra data
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Yep, I use refills and don't have to pay taxes.


That's for basic phones.
Do you loose the autopay discount if you use refills?
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Do you loose the autopay discount if you use refills?
Yes.

Callingmart monthy refills (w/ code) are the way to go
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Yes.

Callingmart monthy refills (w/ code) are the way to go
How does this work? Do you have to manually refill every month? Also how much of a discount do you get on the refills from callingmart?
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$65 and $60 with autopay
unlimited data has speed limit of 3mb/s
step down from cricket if you ask me you get 8mbs with the same service
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step down from cricket if you ask me you get 8mbs with the same service
I have used both and Cricket is a little cheaper. However AT&T has rollover on this 6GB plan. AT&T speeds aren't capped like Cricket. I like both since AT&T is one of the few options where I live.
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