AT&T Enhances And Adds More Data To There GoPhone Plans!


Starting on April 25th 2014, AT&T will be adding new features and enhancements to their GoPhone plans. All of this enhancements and new features come at no additional cost, the new plan gives you the capability of having your smartphone be a WiFi hotspot. All of these plans give you access to AT&T’s fast 4G LTE network. For the $60 a month plan, the data is now 2.5GB alongs will WiFi hotspot capability, and unlimited talk. For $40 a month you now get 500MB of data and 500 minutes of talk. Exclusive to Walmart, is the new $45 a month plan that gives you 1GB of data and unlimited talk. Customers who are already on $40 or $60 a month plan, will automatically get the increased data amount. For those customers who have a basic phone, a new $45 a month options provides you with unlimited data, unlimited talk, unlimited text, and unlimited texts to over 100 select countries including Mexico and Canada. It is great to see that AT&T is continuing to offer new options and plans to their GoPhone customers. You can see the full press release below.

Press Release

AT&T GoPhone Adds More Data to Smartphone Plans at No Additional Cost with No Annual Contract

DALLAS, April 18, 2014 — Beginning April 25, AT&T GoPhone customers will benefit from enhanced smartphone plans, which now provide more data at no additional cost. And, the new plans give customers the capability to use their smartphone as a Wi-Fi hotspot – all with access to the nation’s most reliable 4G LTE network and with no annual contract.

With unlimited text, including unlimited international texts from the U.S. to Mexico, Canada and over 100 select countries the new smartphone plan details include:

  • Increased data from 2 to 2.5 GB for $60 a month + enabled Wi-Fi hotspot capability + unlimited talk
  • Increased data from 250 to 500MB for $40 a month + 500 minutes of talk
  • Available at Wal-Mart stores nationwide, a new plan with 1GB of data for $45 a month + unlimited talk

AT&T GoPhone customers get more data, more flexibility and more value, all with access to the nation’s most reliable 4G LTE network. Existing GoPhone customers on the $60 and $40 plans will automatically receive the increased data amount.

“Today’s consumers expect great value and choice, which is exactly what we’re bringing to our GoPhone customers,” said Mark Collins, AT&T Mobility senior vice president of data and voice products. “By adding more data and enabling a Wi-Fi hotspot capability at no additional cost and with no annual contract, we’re giving customers more for less, and making it even easier for them to enjoy their smartphones the way they want – all on a superior, reliable network.”

In addition to adding value and options for existing GoPhone smartphone plans, AT&T GoPhone is also enhancing its lineup of basic/messaging phone plans with a new $45 a month option. This plan includes unlimited data, unlimited talk and text, and unlimited texts to Mexico, Canada and over 100 select countries.


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