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Get Up to $40 Off on Selected Smartphones from GoPhone

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If you've been contemplating about becoming a GoPhone subscriber, now is the best time to do it! This AT&T prepaid brand is currently offering a selection of handsets on a discounted price. All you have to do is choose from either the $45 or $60 monthly plan and you can make your decision on which device to pair it with.

For starters, you can opt for the ZTE ZMAX 2 ($89.95 discounted price), Asus ZenFone 2E ($59.95 discounted price), or the Microsoft Lumia 640 ($19.99 discounted price). These smartphones have received a $40 discount so you won't have to pay full price for them throughout the sale period. Or you can also opt for the second-generation Motorola Moto E, which is now priced at $14.95.

And if you're still not satisfied with these discounts, you can still go for the ZTE Maven, which is now available for free under either of the monthly plans mentioned. With this phone, you won't have to worry about paying for anything else other than the monthly plan you purchased.

These offers are only available with GoPhone's $45 and $60 monthly plan. Each plan comes with the following:
  • $45/month plan - Unlimited talk and text inside the US, as well as unlimited messaging to Mexico, Canada, and to 100 other countries plus 1.5GB of data with Rollover data (unused data is rolled over to the next month)
  • $60/month plan - Unlimited talk and text from the US to Canada and Mexico, plus 4GB of data
The $30 monthly plan is not included in this promotion. While the sale starts today, AT&T has not announced the end date of the offer.

Source: PhoneArena

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  1. Is there any reason to go with GoPhone over Cricket? Aren't the plans way better on Cricket?

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    1. Cricket has an LTE data throttle. The data is faster on Gophone. Gophone has a better priority on the AT&T network, I think. Surely there's more. Seems Gophone offers a better experience than Cricket but with a lot less data than Cricket for the price.

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    2. Go phone has postpaid LTE speed for it's data and rollover data. Cricket has throttled data.

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    3. I think that latency is a lot more important than the throttle. Cricket has a relatively high network latency, meaning that it can take a moment before the network reacts to any requests. I believe that Go Phone doesn't have the same latency issue, because it's AT&T native (instead of merely AT&T owned) and so doesn't run through the same sort of proxy. Network latency contributes to a feeling of slowness far more than raw download speeds do.

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    4. GoPhone allows tethering. Customer Support is much better than Cricket's. Independent testing found that the average mobile data speed on Cricket was only 3.5 Mbps. Cricket uses their own proxy servers and there are issues at times.

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    5. GoPhone has some roaming. Cricket does not at all.

      Good to have a level headed discussion without raging Cricket bugheads, Legere Legionnaires, RingPlusWraiths, Rokkers, Tinglings, or other fanboys going ape.

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    6. GoPhone has no roaming.

      Better to have a factual discussion without name-calling.

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    7. Cricket - Online call records are not available. GoPhone has online call records.
      Cricket - Various $5, $15 or $25 "gotcha" fees you won't find with GoPhone.

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    8. Good catch: GoPhone used to have roaming, but does not anymore.

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  2. I went to the GoPhone website and add phone to cart with plan and I don't see any discount. Is anyone else having this problem.

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    1. I'm also not seeing the discounts. I think maybe the promotion doesn't start until tomorrow.

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    2. Can someone post if and when this deal goes live? Otherwise, maybe you should take this article down.

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    3. att.com has been down for me most of the morning.

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    4. Still no $40 discount. I chatted with an AT&T rep who confirmed that the $40 discount is real and should be live. He said that AT&T is having some technical issues with the discount and to try again later.

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    5. seems like a total mess. So i added the lumia for 59$ &45 $ plan ...and it added a 50$ card automatically! ... I removed the card and the total is 75$ with out taxes etc.

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    6. Is anyone seeing the discount yet?

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  3. sounds like a very nice deal, but I still dont see it anywhere this morning either. anyone have a link?

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  4. You can usually order a GoPhone, select the plan but then remove the airtime card from your order and pay for just the phone. Would be a cheap way to obtain an ATT phone to use on ATT MVNO's.

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  5. The coverage map does show some roaming in the midwest around Wyoming and Nebraska. GoPhone is also serviced in their corporate stores which I found handy on occasion.

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  6. Am i a dollar short?

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  7. I finally see something: https://www.att.com/cellphones/zte/maven-prepaid.html#GoPhoneoffer

    terms: "**Offer ends 12/31/15. Must buy phone & airtime at the same time. New activation req’d at time of purchase. Offer not combinable w/ other credits, discounts, & offers. Return/Restocking fee: If return w/in 14 days fee up to $35. Purchase limit: 3 phones. Service: GoPhone Terms of Service and Plan Terms apply. Must add money to account w/in 26 days of activation, or account will be cancelled. Svc & features avail. for 30 days upon payment of rate plan charge...."

    I dont see how you could get just the phone without buying the $45 service with it, but if someone figures out how to do it successfully, post up!

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  8. Also, just tried loading up the cart with Moto E and $45/mo plan and the total due was $64 with taxes, so looks like actual price for moto E is closer to $20 vs. the $15 in the article because of taxes. It looks like the deals are live now anyway. If I could get those deals for the phone only without the service, there are some good deals. Especially considering if you dont activate it on ATT, you can do the online unlock request and have you one very cheap unlocked GSM device! I did this already with a $20 Maven from BB with success. People complain about the Maven here, but so far with my testing, it seems solid. However, it is a ZTE, so keeping that in mind for reliability...

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  9. I was looking at a phone on the GoPhone website. In small print it says taxes applied before discount. That's outrageous. It means you're buying the phone at a low price but being taxed on a high price. It might even be unlawful.

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  10. Dennis, you need to educate Christine. In her description of the GoPhone plans, she only mentions the high speed data. She doesn't mention the unlimited data.

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  11. Does GoPhone charge sales tax or other fees when enrolled in their $40 (auto pay) plan? Or is it "all in" like Cricket's $35 (auto pay) plan? I've been mostly happy with Cricket, but might would consider playing a little more if by chance GoPhone worked better when the cell towers get congested, like when in a busy shopping area.

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    1. GoPhone collects all applicable point of sale taxes on airtime purchases including auto-pay. GoPhone charges the same taxes you would pay buying an airtime card at a local store.

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