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New Red Pocket AT&T Promo - $30 Unlimited Talk Messaging and Data (1st 5 GB High Speed)


Multi carrier MVNO Red Pocket Mobile launched a new promotion yesterday. For an unspecified limited time, customers on Red Pockets $35 ($30 with autopay) GSMA (AT&T network) plan will get 5 GB of high speed data per month instead of the usual 3 GB. The plan also includes unlimited voice and messaging and unlimited data throttled to 2G speeds after the first 5 GB.

Red Pocket offers customers service on their choice at time of activation of the AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile or Sprint networks. Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile users get 3 GB of high speed data per month on the $35 plan, only AT&T network users get 5 GB.

Here's how the 5 GB for $30 promotion fits into Red Pocket's monthly plan lineup:
  • $10 500 minutes, 500 SMS, 500 MB 
  • $15 1000 minutes, 1000 SMS, 1 GB 
  • $20 ($19 with auto pay) unlimited minutes and messaging, 500 MB.
  • $30 ($25 with auto pay) unlimited minutes and messaging, 1.5 GB
  • $35 ($30 with auto pay) unlimited minutes and messaging, 3 GB (5 GB GSMA*) high speed data, unlimited 2G.
  • $65 ($60 with auto pay) unlimited minutes and messaging, 8 GB (10 GB*) high speed data, unlimited 2G 
* Limited time promotion, subscribers will receive bonus data each month for as long as the promotion lasts.

In addition to the plans listed above, Red Pocket also sells a number of discounted multi-month and annual plans on eBay and Amazon. For details of these plans as well as information about Red Pocket's international features, APN settings, customer support options and more see our Prepaid Operator Profile: Red Pocket Mobile.

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  1. so after the promotion, then it goes back down.

    "* Limited time promotion. Subscribers will receive posted LTE data each month for the duration of the promotion."

    kinda sorta almost tempted. currently on AT&T Prepaid $45 plan with 6GB LTE (~$40 with callingmart promo code). and have been tempted to move down to AT&T Prepaid $35 plan with only 1GB LTE (with unlimited slower speed afterwards). but RedPocket $35 plan with 5GB LTE (promotion data) (but 3GB after promotion) is tempting in terms of cost. would save ~$5-$10 in comparison. and my current usage is more in the <2GB range nowadays. previously and from time to time need much more data when going through family medical hospitalization situations when need lots more data. but currently kinda tempted to chance going to a lesser data plan. in terms of my staying on an at&t provider, redpocket may be the sweet spot depending on how long the promotion is for. yet the data rollover for my at&t plan has my LTE data at 10GB. cost versus having all that rollover data? the lower cost is tempting, but guess me will stay put. sigh.

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    1. Bottomline is why pay for Data that you never always use. family medical hospitalizations (much more data)? hum Apple (Health Apps) Amazon(prescription drugs)have gotten in or are getting in the health arena. All that free health data (free). They love it. They know what you need before you do!

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  2. Eh, AT&T's not so good in my area.

    Or rather, every carrier's network is overbooked around here.

    Overbooked networks are a serious problem, and MVNO's just aren't worth it until the parent network start increasing capacity relative to average daily peak real world demand.

    It's time for mobile data to be judged by the same standards as wired networks, with the FCC setting a baseline speed that defines adequate network performance in the modern world.

    Until then, I've gotta stick with big red as a matter of necessity because dropped data is just as unacceptable as dropped calls used to be 15 years ago.

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    1. The FCC baseline wired data speed has not yielded any upgrade results where I live. ISP still tops out at 1 Mbps. I doubt doing the same for cellular would work any better.

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    2. Under the current administration you can forget the FCC doing *anything* consumer-focused. Ajit (pronounced "idjit" in my head, except he's not an idiot - he's just a selfish, greedy sonnuva...) Pai has already fully demonstrated his complete lack of concern for even *trying* to disguise his contempt for regular people and his willingness to completely screw them over to the benefit of his corporate buddies. I've no doubt he will receive quite the windfall and cushy job once his term is over, but the damage he has already wrought well far outlast his term and we will be paying for it while he laughs all the way to the bank.

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  3. "
    It's time for mobile data to be judged by the same standards as wired networks, with the FCC setting a baseline speed that defines adequate network performance in the modern world."

    That's totally ridiculous unless every corner of the US is covered by
    LTE. That's years off, if ever.

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    1. It will happen eventually, only because the old tech is deprecated such that replacement parts and such are expensive as hell and it will be more feasible to replace it. Otherwise it would never be upgraded in many areas, especially the remote/less populated areas where the $$$ incentive just isn't there for the big carriers. Hell they'd still be running on AMPS if they could get away with it in those areas.

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    2. https://www.fiercewireless.com/wireless/cable-company-charter-don-t-favor-mobile-broadband-over-fixed

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  4. First responder why not get Cricket $40 unlimited plan? You’ll have unlimited data during those hospitalization stay

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    1. Is this $40 unlimited with high speed data?

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  5. no MMS support for Iphones I imagine...

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  6. Can you use the cellular data for tethering/mobile hotspot with this plan?

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  7. What about metro Pcs all unlimited for $50 on a single line ? Or multi line $40 each and up to 4 lines $25,00 or mint sim seems to have a great deal too .

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