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Prepaid Operator Profile: AT&T GoPhone

This is the first in Prepaid Phone News' planned series of comprehensive US prepaid mobile operator profiles. I will be posting new profiles frequently, starting with the best known carriers. Eventually these posts will cover all the major US mobile operators that offer prepaid plans as well as the MVNOs that offer a good value.

Overview: AT&T Mobility is the largest US mobile operator with 116.6 million subscribers as of Q2, 2014 and 11.3M prepaid subscribers including Cricket and GoPhone.

Technology: GSM on the 850 and 1900 Mhz bands with  GPRS, Edge and HSPA+ data support. LTE data on bands 17 (700 Mhz), 5 (850 Mhz). 2 (1900 Mhz) and 4 (1700 Mhz).

Plans: GoPhone offers pay as you go, daily and monthly plans.

Name Monthly Price  Voice Text/MMS Data Limitations
10¢/Minute Plan $8.33 and up 1 10¢/min 20¢ domestic, 25¢ international or use package 2 1¢ per 5KB ($2/MB)  No data for smartphones
$2/Day Plan $2/day on days used, $8.33/month minimum 1, 3 unlimited unlimited domestic and international 1¢ per 5KB ($2/MB) No data for smartphones
Monthly Plan $25 250 minutes, overage 10¢/min unlimited domestic and international 1¢ per 5KB ($2/MB)  or
50MB for $5
1¢ per 5 KB non-smartphones only.
50MB for $5 OK for all phones
Smartphone Monthly Plan $40 500 Minutes, overage 10¢/min unlimited domestic and international 500MB, Add 100MB for $5 smartphones only
Monthly Unlimited Plan $45 6 unlimited unlimited domestic and international unlimited 4 non-smartphones only
Smartphone Monthly Plan $45 6 unlimited unlimited domestic and international 1GB High Speed, Add 500MB for $10 smartphones only
Smartphone Monthly Plan with Data $60 6 unlimited unlimited domestic and international 2.5GB High Speed, Add 1GB for $10 smartphones only
1  $8.33 is the minimum monthly cost which is by using a $25 top up every 90 days. A $0.25 - $2.50/month "911" fee is deducted from your prepaid balance in some states.
Available Domestic Messaging packages: 200 messages  $4.99/month, 1000 messages  $9.99/month, Unlimited $19.99/month
3 $2/day is charged only on days the phone is used to make or receive a voice call (including a call to voice mailbox), send a text or use IM.
4 Unlimited data for non-smartphomes, First 2GB per month at "3G" speeds. After 2GB speeds are thottled to 128k Kbps for the remainder of the plan month.
5 $45 and $60 smartphone plans include unlimited data throttled to 128Kbps for the rest of the plan month after the high sprrd allowance is used up
6 $5/month credit available for using auto pay on $45 and higher plans.

Changing rate plans: You can change your AT&T prepaid plan once for free. AT&T's terms say that there  "may" be is a $10 charge for subsequent changes. I've never heard of anyone being charged for a change.

Data and Messaging Feature Packages
Messaging Packages
Price Messages
$4.99 200
$9.99 1000
$19.99 unlimited
Packages expire after 30 days. If you add another package before expiration, the unused data or messages roll over. Rollover continues indefinitely provided you add a new package before expiration. On the $40 and $60 monthly plans, the included 200 MB or 2 GB data doesn't rollover and data added with a feature package is used before included data.

For the Apple iPad and Android tablets AT&T offers three pre-paid data-only packages: 14.95/month for 250 MB, $30/month for 3 GB and $50/month for 5 GB. The SIM must be activated in a tablet to get these prices.

International Rates: AT&T's international voice rates (full list) are quite high. Calls to the UK and most Western European countries cost $0.49 per minute (pay as you go users pay 10¢/minute more), for India, Australia and Japan the surcharge is $1.09/min.

A $5/month International Long Distance package can be added to any plan including the 10¢/minute and $2/day plans. It provides 250 minutes of calling to cell phones and landlines in Canada, India, China and several other countries and to landlines in over 50 countries (list of countries).

A $10/month Mexico Long Distance Plus package can be added to $50 and $60 monthly plans only. It includes 1000 minutes of calling to cell phones and landlines in Mexico, Canada, India, China and several other countries and to landlines in over 50 countries  (list of countries).

Unlimited international texts to 100 countries (list) are included in the monthly and daily plans. On the 10¢ per minute pay as you go plan, international texts are 25¢ each to send. Surprisingly the International Long Distance Feature Package does not include any free or reduced price international text messaging for pay as you go users.

International Roaming: GoPhone roams in Mexico and Canada. Calls are 25¢ per minute in Mexico and 39¢ in Canada. In both countries texts are 25¢ to send and 20¢ to receive, MMS are $1.30 to send and 25¢ to receive and data is $1.95/KB.

Taxes and Fees:  AT&T adds applicable state and local sales taxes as well e911 charges in many (list) states to online airtime purchases and auto payments.

Coverage: AT&T has the second largest coverage footprint of all USA prepaid operators (after TracFone/Net10). AT&T's interactive GoPhone coverage map is quite accurate and lets you zoom into see block by block coverage.

Devices: GoPhone offers a good selection of phones including Android models. Bring your on device (BYOD) is supported and any AT&T or unlocked GSM phone with the 850/1900 frequencies can be used including iPhones and LTE devices. It's no longer necessary to modify the APN settings on iPhones and AT&T 4G devices, data works "out of the box" with the default "phone" APN.

You can use a BlackBerry, however  BlackBerry Internet Server (BIS) is not available so BlackBerry Mail and Messenger will not work.

Hotspot and tethering: allowed on smartphone plans.

How to Buy: AT&T phones are available from AT&T stores, "big box" retailers like Target, Best Buy and Costco and online.  Basic models can be purchased at supermarkets, convenience stores and chain drugstores.

SIMs, including micro-SIMs, can be bought at AT&T stores and from amazon.com and other online merchants.  AT&T stores charge $20 for a SIM but will often provide it for free if you buy a top up at the same time.  Warning: SIMs labeled as for GoPhone and SIMs bundled with GoPhone devices are SIM locked to the first device they are used in for 6 months.  Regular AT&T postpaid SIMs can be activated on prepaid and are not locked. AT&T stores sell unlocked SIMs and will usually replace a locked SIM with an unlocked one on request.

How to Activate: Activate online at wireless.att.com/activations/ or by calling 611 from the wireless phone or 1-877-426-0525 from another phone. If you have trouble activating an iPhone or any other device, do an online activation and enter 15 zeros for the MEID.

Payment Options: PIN cards or codes are available at AT&T stores, most convenience stores, supermarkets, chain drugstores and big box retailers like Target. PINs can be purchased at a discount from callingmart.com and other online retailers. Refill cards and PINs are available in the following denominations.

Price Expiration
$15 30 days
$25 90 days
$50 90 days
$75 90 days
$100 365 days
Unused plan balances roll over if a top up is made before the expiration date.

For example, if you start with a $25 top up and only use $20 for calls, texts and feature packages, and add another $25 top-up on the 89th day the $5 balance will roll over. giving you a $30 balance to us over the next 90 days. Rollover continues indefinitely as long as you top up before expiration.

Account Expiration and Cancellation: Funds added to a GoPhone account expire 30 days, 90 days or 365 days after they are added as shown in the table above. Renewing a monthly plan from the balance does not extend the account expiration date.

60 days after all funds in the account expire, the account is cancelled, the phone number is lost and the SIM is invalidated and can no longer be re-activated.

You can top up a GoPhone account with a PIN or a credit or debit card at paygonline.com or by calling 611 on the phone or 1-800-901-9878 from another phone. You can also add a PIN by dialing *888*<PIN number># (i.e. *888*1234567891234#) and then pressing the "call" button.

Account Management: You can check your cash balance, available messages and data, change rate plans, view call records and add feature packages at  paygonline.com. or by calling 611 from the phone or 1-800-901-9878 from another phone.

Usage Notifications: On the GoPhone 10¢/minute plan usage notifications are enabled by default. After every call, text message or data session a popup message is generated showing the amount deducted. Many users find these messages annoying. They can be disabled by logging into paygonline.com unchecking "End of call notifications".

Warning, Auto-Refill is unreliable. GoPhone has an optional auto-refill feature that is supposed to top up your account and renew data and text feature packages using a credit card on file. It sometimes fails to renew on time causing users to lose their prepaid cash balance and/or rollover data or messages.

Call Forwarding, Call Waiting and 3-Way Calling

To forward all calls to another number: Press *21*, the 10-digit number to which you wish to forward your calls, and # and SEND. For example: *21*1234567890# SEND, forwards your calls to the phone number 123-456-7890.  You will receive a confirmation message. Unless you are on an unlimited plan, you will be charged for forwarded calls.
To cancel call forwarding: Press #21# SEND. You will receive a confirmation message.

To forward unanswered calls only (conditional call forwarding): Press *004* followed by the number you want calls forwarded to and # and SEND (*004*-123-456-7890# SEND) and wait for a confirmation tone or message. Unless you are on an unlimited plan, you will be charged for forwarded calls.
To cancel conditional call forwarding: Press #004# SEND and wait for a confirmation tone or message.

Call waiting:  Call waiting is enabled by default. It lets you place one call on hold while you take another call. When you are on a call and have another incoming call, you will hear a short tone. You'll have approximately 30 seconds to answer before the second caller hears a standard message or is forwarded to voicemail. You will be charged for both calls.

To answer Call Waiting: To put the first call on hold, press "SEND." You'll automatically be connected with the second call. To return to the first call, press "SEND" again. To switch between the two calls, press "SEND."

3-Way Calling: Lets you create a conference call between yourself and two other people. You will be charged for both calls if you are not on an unlimited plan.
  • While on the first call, dial the 10-digit number of the second person and press "SEND." The first person is automatically put on hold while the call is made.
  • When the 2nd person answers, press "SEND" to create the conference call.
AT&T Go Phone "Secret" Codes:
All are free to use
*777# - to display current balance and plan expiration date
*777*1# - check night and weekends balance
*777*2# - to display your messaging balance
*777*3# - to display your data balance
*#62# - to display your alternate voice mail access number
*888*Refill PIN# -topup your account (English)
*999*Refill PIN# topup your account (Spanish)

Free information services calls
211 - community information and referral services
311 - non-emergency police number
511 - highway and traveler advisories
611 - AT&T customer care
711 - Telecommunications Relay Service (TRS) for the hearing and speech impaired
911 - Emergency services

AT&T data settings:
APN - Phone  (no user id, password or proxy needed)
MMSC:  mmsc.mobile.att.net
MMS proxy: proxy.mobile.att.net
MMS Port: 80
MCC: 310
MNC: 410
Authentication type: Not set
APN type: default,mms,supl,hipri

Customer Service:
Phone support: M-F: 7 AM - 10 PM local time, S-S: 9 AM - 7 PM local time.
800-901-9878 is the GoPhone support number. It's good for automated account management but it seems to be almost impossible to reach a human at this number. Instead, dial the postpaid support number: 800-331-0500 and press 0 at every prompt to get a human. Postpaid support can help with many issues and will transfer you to prepaid support if necessary.

Phone Sales and General Information Web Site: att.com/shop/wireless/gophone.htmlicon.

AT&T Pros: coverage, strong retail presence, BYOD, hotspot allowed. Support for call forwarding, call waiting and 3-way calling. Online call records.

AT&T Cons: SIM locks, exorbitant ad-hoc text and data pricing, no BIS support, unreliable auto refill monthly "911" fee, data not available on pay as you go and daily plans.

Updated 19-Aug-2014: $45 and $60 smartphone plans now include unlimited data.


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  1. Are iPhones allowed on the pay as you go per minute GoPhone plan? what about blackberrys?

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    1. They are allowed. AT&T will tell you that data won't work, only voice and texting.

      To get iPhone data working go to unlockit.co.nz/mobilesettings/ with the iPhone browser using WiFi, choose "AT&T" and follow the instructions. You will also need to be on the $65 plan or the $25 or $50 plans with an added data package.

      With BlackBerrys, BlackBerry Internet Server (BIS) is not available so BlackBerry Mail and Messenger will not work. It's possible, but not easy, to get data working with some 3rd party apps like Opera Mini by manually loading the appropriate service books.

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  2. How does GoPhone coverage compare to ATT postpaid and ATT MVNOS?

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    1. GoPhone coverage is less than postpaid. You can see the differnce on the AT&T coverage map by clicking the GoPhone and Voice links.

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  3. Hi Yeswap,
    I do not want to use data, only voice and text. So just to confirm, AT&T will not kick me off or force me to have a data plan if I use an iPhone on their Gophone service, right?

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    1. That's correct. A data plan is not required with Gophone.

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  4. I receieved a text message from AT&T that I need a new phone and sim card by 1/31/13 to continue service. Do you know what this is about?

    Thank you in advance.

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    1. Do you have a 2G phone? AT&T is shutting down 2G service in some areas requiring everyone to have a 3G phone. Did they offer you a free phone?

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  5. I might have a 2G phone. How would I know for certain?

    Yes, the message says to stop by an AT&T store for a new sim card and phone.

    Also, do you know what they are offering?

    Thanks again.

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  6. Let me clarify my previous comment. Yes, they did mention the new phone would be free.

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    1. Thanks, I knew they were doing that for postpaid users in the effected areas, nice to hear they are for prepaid too.

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  7. Thanks Yeswap, any idea what is being offered as a replacement for prepaid users?

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    1. I don't. An acquaintance on postpaid using a really low end flip phone was offered her choice of three mid range feature phones

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  8. Gotcha. Thanks again. Incidentally I couldn't help but notice cricket wireless does not have a profile on your site. Why is that?

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    1. I just haven't gotten around to writing a Cricket profile yet :). It's on my to-do list.

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  9. I noticed Net10 is also missing. Anyhow, you have a great site. Just found it yesterday.

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    1. New players on the verizon network "Talk For Good" is also missing. They are very, very new. Some interesting pay-as-you-go plans with BYOD.
      http://www.talkforgood.com/talkforgood-plans/

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    2. I saw that. 6¢/MB data on pay as you go is nice. I'm not so sure about the $6 monthly fee though. I wish I knew more about the company. I'm not sure they are actually live yet. The "buy now" links on the plans page takes you back to the home page with no way to actually activate a phone.

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  10. Yeswap, is there any reason why an unused 3G sim card which came with a replacement phone cannot be used with existing service? Thank you.

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    1. Any never activated AT&T SIM can be activated on a new or existing prepaid or postpaid account.

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  11. So the sim which comes in a GoPhone does not have a # already pre-assigned to it and therefore can have another existing # transferred to it?

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  12. Okay, thanks a bunch!

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  13. I ask because a rep at a non-corporate store seemed to feel it may not be able to be used but he's willing to scan it and try if I bring it there.

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  14. Dear Yeswap,

    I'm considering buying an AT&T F160 phone. (AKA the ZTE F160.)

    A criticism I keep reading about the phone is it doesn't have speed-dialing. I know what speed-dialing means on a land-line phone but in terms of a cell phone what does the mean exactly?

    Thank you.

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    1. With speed dialing you can program each number key so that when hold it down for a second or two it dials a specific contact.

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  15. Oh okay, I thought it might mean the calls (incoming or outgoing) are not stored in a list when they are made or received. Therefore each and every time you want to make a call you have to go to your "contacts" directory.

    Thank you for the clarification.

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  16. Yeswap, I just read the following above "Warning: SIMs labeled as for GoPhone and SIMs bundled with GoPhone devices are SIM locked to the first device they are used in for 6 months."

    If you scroll up you'll see on 10/24 I asked you about a 3G GoPhone sim. I rec'd an email from AT&T telling me I need to upgrade my then current 2G sim to a 3G sim. For convenience sake I went to a non-corporate store with this 3G sim from a phone I purchased in January 2011 and they activated it for me. So now my phone is currently a 2G phone with a 3G sim.

    Based on the quote above what you are saying is when I acquire a 3G by 1/31/13 I CANNOT just take my current 3G sim out and put it in another phone.

    Am I understanding you correctly and is this the case?

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  17. If the SIM has a Go Phone logo on it then it is very likely locked to the phone for six months. If this is the case you can get the SIM unlocked at an AT&T store. I've also recently seen reports that Go Phone customer service can unlock Go Phone SIMs remotely if you call them.

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  18. Thank you. I guess an easy way to tell would be to just pop the sim into another AT&T or unlocked phone.

    Is this a new development? I ask because this sim was manufactured nearly if not over 2 years ago. I don't know if that makes a difference.

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    1. Yes, putting the SIM in another phone would tell you if the SIM was locked.

      The Go Phone SIM locking isn't new, it's been the case for at least 5 years.

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  19. Hello, I was wondering if a phone which is advertised as a "3G" phone mean both data and calls are 3G or can it be one and not the other?

    Thank you.

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    1. 3G refers to data speed capabilities. Nothing to do with calls

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    2. Voice calls will use a 3G connection if one is available. There's no advantage to the user, but the carriers like it because voice over 3G uses less bandwidth than 2G voice.

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  20. Yeswap, I noticed that ATT has the option to block text messages from all phone numbers to avoid getting charged. When that feature is in place, do senders get an error, are they told that I cannot receive messages? Or do they not receive any messages at all? If prepaid does not have the option for senders to receive an error message, will switching to postpaid allow for that? I want senders to see the error message so that they don't think i'm ignoring them.

    THanks.

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    1. Sorry, I don't know what happens when someone sends a text to a user who has disabled receiving texts. You could try asking AT&T support or perhaps someone who has used that feature will chime in.

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  21. Yeswap, does callingmart.com charge sales tax? Thank you.

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    1. Only if you are in Florida where they are based.

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  22. Yeswap, since they do not charge sales tax outside of Florida I have a follow-up question:

    I currently have at&t's $50/mo. unltd plan and it's charged to a c.c. w/the applicable sales tax. If i was to call at&t customer service and ask them to stop the monthly automatic charges and use callingmart instead to recharge n save some money would I have to recharge on the exact day I'd normally recharge using a c.c. or risk being shut off?

    And if I recharge a day or two in advance do I lose days from the previous recharge?

    I hope this is making sense.

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    1. When you add a refill PIN it creates a cash balance in your account. The monthly plan will auto renew out of the cash balance on the plan renewal date.

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  23. So if I understand you properly it seems you are saying renewing in advance does not affect your service and one does not lose any time from their previous payment. If I am wrong please correct me.

    I'll share this with you. I was recently in a verizon store inquiring about their prepaid, $50/mo service. I was told it could not be autocharged to a c.c. AND if you renew early your 30 days begin at that point. Therefore if one renews on day 28 they lose days 29 and 30 from their previous payment.

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    1. When you add a $50 PIN you aren't "renewing" anything. You are adding cash to your account balance. The balance can be used for buying ringtones and games, making SMS charitable donations and paying for international calls. If on your plan expiration date you have at least $50 in your account balance the plan will be renewed using it.

      The Verizon salesman was misinformed. Verizon monthly plans work the same way as AT&T's and auto pay using a credit card is supported.

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  24. My bad, when I said "renewing" I meant purchasing the flat-rate $50 service for another month.

    Was the salesman also mistaken when he told me if you add $50 on day 28 you would lose day 29 and 30? (Sounds like he was.)

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    1. You really aren't purchasing a plan month either you are just adding cash to your balance. If you are enrolled in a monthly plan it will renew itself automatically from the balance if it's sufficient.

      The Verizon salesman was wrong on all counts, Verizon monthly plans don't renew themselves prematurely just because the funds are available.

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  25. Considering he was wrong on three counts I can't help but wonder if he gave me wrong info on purpose for commission purposes.

    He tried to turn me onto a $30 post-paid plan. His salesmanship was horrible. He told me "after taxes and fees it will be between $45-$50/mo." I asked "Are you saying the fees total 50% of the monthly rate?" and he said yes. That may be wrong too. I don't know. In hindsight the whole thing is comical.

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  26. Yeswap,

    My current phone notifies me that I have a new email in my yahoo email box when a new email is present. It doesn't automatically open that email up and show it to me, it just tells me when I have a new email.

    If in a phone's specs it's listed as not having an email client is this feature not present? Thank you.

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    1. Every phone I've used that had email notifications also had an email client.

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  27. Are you saying that no email client means there is no notification? (Sorry, I don't know too much cell phone lingo.)

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    1. No, but you said your were getting notified of emails so it's very likely that your phone has an email client.

      What kind of phone is this and what exactly are you trying to do?

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  28. Yeswap, I think you misunderstood the my original post or perhaps it wasn't clear.

    In short if in a given phone's specs it's listed as not having an email client does this mean the user is not notified when an email arrives in say their yahoo email box.

    To be a little more specific I'm referring to this basic Alcatel phone:

    http://www.att.com/shop/wireless/devices/alcatel/510a-prepaid.html#fbid=b7oBASv6hBE

    Here are more specs on the phone:

    http://developer.att.com/developer/device_detailSpec.jsp?id=10700041#

    http://www.phonescoop.com/phones/phone.php?p=3854

    http://www.phonearena.com/phones/Alcatel-OT510A_id7532/fullspecs

    Thank you in advance.

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    1. The Alcatel 510a doesn't come with an email client and none can be installed.

      An email client isn't very common on non-smartphones. If there is one it will probably be mentioned in the specs. Non-smartphones rarely notify you of new mail, you have to launch the app and manually check for email.

      Smartphone operating systems like iOS(iPhone), Android, Windows Phone, Symbian, WebOS, BlackBerry all come with an email client and will notify you of new email. Because it's a feature of the core OS it's often not mentioned in the specs.

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  29. Yeswap, thank you for all the info but (and I don't want to sound ungrateful) you're not answering my question.

    My question is would this phone notify the user of new email? Or put another way does having an email client equal getting these notifications? Or, is the email client responsible for delivering email notifications?

    Incidentally, my current phone, which was is a $15 (new from Best Buy) Nokia phone does have an email client and I do get notified of new email.

    In any case I look forward to your reply.

    Thanks again.

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    1. No email notifications on the Alcatel.

      An email email client is needed for notifications. but not all email clients provide them

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  30. Okay, great, thank you. I didn't want to buy the phone only to have to return it for this reason. You've been a big help.

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  31. FYI: Received new text message today from AT&T:

    "AT&T Free Msg: As of 4/10/2013 - In order to purchase features packages GoPhone customers will be required to have an active monthly rate plan. Please ensure your rate plan is active when purchasing a feature package."

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    1. A monthly plan is already required to purchase data packages. I guess this probably means text messaging packages will require a monthly plan too. Do you have a messaging plan and a pay as you go account?

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  32. I just recently activated my blackberry 9810 with a gophone sim. I have not added the rate plan yet. I was wondering if I will be able to send and receive picture mail. I have seen some post where it is possible and others where it is not.

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  33. The price of the GoPhone international calling add-on is now $5/month, not $10/month.
    There is now another $10/month plan, available with $60 Monthly and $50 Monthly plans, Mexico Plus: 1,000 minutes of calling per month from the U.S. to Mexico mobile and landlines, plus calls to landlines in over 50 countries. Calls to mobile phones in Canada, China, India, and other countries are also included.

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  34. Hi Dennis.
    I do not like the standard greeting of my current cell phone carrier. I prefer the "Your call has been forwarded to an automated voice messaging system" of AT&T. I checked and I know that my carrier supports conditional call forwarding for my plan. I also figured out the voicemail number for AT&T in the bay area. Is it possible for me to use conditonal call forwarding and set up my phone to have the AT&T standard greeting that says "Your call has been forwarded..."? Thanks in advanced

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    1. Just set up a custom voicemail message that says anything you want.
      Hire a woman or man with a really nice voice if you want something special.

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  35. AT&T follows Tmobile with no-contract option, 20-month phone financing:
    http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424127887324348504578608663708960382.html

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