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Save $20 on Your Next LTE Smartphone Purchase with an AT&T GoPhone Prepaid Plan


If you've been in the market for a new smartphone and you're considering getting a prepaid plan, AT&T has some good news for you! They are currently offering an online promotion for their prepaid arm-- AT&T GoPhone. Starting today, you can get any LTE phone with a discount of $20 with your purchase of the $45 or $60 plan. The promotion runs until February 22, 2016.

Prepaid GoPhone plans include the following features:

  • $45 Unlimited Plan - Comes with unlimited talk, text and data with first 2GB at high speeds and unlimited messaging to over 100 countries
  • $60 Unlimited Plan - This plan comes with unlimited talk, text and data with first 5GB at high speeds, unlimited messaging to over 100 countries and roaming in Canada and Mexico. Under this plan, customers can also make unlimited calls, send unlimited texts and use high speed data within and between US, Mexico and Canada.
As always, once the high speed data limit has been reached in the monthly plan, the data speed is automatically throttled to 128Kbps until the next billing period. You 

To qualify for this limited time offer, you will need to purchase a new smartphone and a refill card as well. Additionally, you should add money to the account within 26 days of activation so you can avoid having your account getting canceled.

As a limit, customers may purchase up to 5 phones. AT&T GoPhone has added applicable taxes before discount. The promotion cannot be combined with other discounts, offers and credits. Again, this offer is only until February 22, 2016.

Source: Prepaid Mobile Phone Reviews

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  1. Which is faster LTE Verizon Prepaid or AT&T Prepaid? Are there speed cap?

    1. Neither are throttled. Verizon is generally considered slightly faster but with all operators speed is highly dependent on location and network load.

  2. with gsm, at&t or t-mobile, you can easily move between providers if you have an unlocked phone. plus, if you have more than one phone, you can switch just by moving the sim card. you can buy a prepaid phone and use it on a post paid account. you can NOt do any of those things on sprint or verizon. for prices on service as well as phones, you are much better off on gsm instead of cdma. also, if you travel abroad, most of the world is on gsm, not cdma.

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