AT&T business reseller Harbor Mobile is running a limited time promotion that cuts plan prices by $3 to $5 per month. The following plans are included in the promotion:
- $22 (reg $25) per month: unlimited talk, text and 1 GB of unthrottled LTE data
- $27 (reg $30) per month: unlimited talk, text and 2.5 GB of unthrottled LTE data
- $35 (reg $40) per month: unlimited talk, text and 4.5 GB of unthrottled LTE data
- $27month 5 GB tablet mobile broadband
- $50/month: unlimited talk, text and 10 GB of unthrottled LTE data
New customers who sign up during the promo get to keep the sale prices as long as they stay on the same plan. A Prepaid Phone News reader and Harbor Mobile customer who signed up shortly before the promotion began was able get the sale pricing by calling Harbor.
Harbor's plans are basically AT&T postpaid plans at prepaid prices. However they are only available to businesses and self employed individuals. According to Harbor's site the following documentation is required:
- If you have an incorporated business or LLC, you only need to submit your EIN provided you EIN matches your business name or DBA.
- If you are self employed, a sole proprietor or a contractor with an EIN you need to submit your EIN along with a copy of letter you received confirming that your EIN was issued.
- If you are self employed, a sole proprietor or a contractor without an EIN you need to submit a copy of a document confirming the name of your business such as a business license, permit, DBA form, business registration, sale or use tax form or a screenshot of an online business listing or website.
If you qualify, Harbor seems like a great deal if you need full AT&T coverage with roaming. As to when the current promotion will end, Harbor isn't saying. The Harbor site doesn't even identify these prices as being promotional but Harbor posted on Facebook "For a limited time only: Lock in our new low rates before they're gone. Get AT&T for $22/mo with UNLIMITED everything and 1GB of 4G LTE. Your rate will last, but this offer won't!"