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Good2Go Mobile Starts the Year With New Plans

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After what seems like a short slumber, Good2Go Mobile has recently updated its website and social media pages. In addition to this, the AT&T MVNO made changes to its plan offerings.

According to their website, there are now four phone plan options available with unlimited talk, text and data. The selection includes the following plan options:
  • $20 per month plan - includes 1GB of high-speed data ($15 per month with auto-pay), (unchanged)
  • $25 per month plan - includes 2GB of high-speed data ($20 per month with auto-pay), (previously $30 per month with 3GB of high-speed data)
  • $35 per month plan - includes 4GB of high-speed data ($30 per month with auto-pay), (previously $40 per month with 6GB of high-speed data)
  • $45 per month plan - includes 7GB of high-speed data ($40 per month with auto-pay), (previously $50 per month with 8GB of high-speed data)

Once the allotted data is consumed, the speed is throttled to 128Kbps. There is an option to add high-speed data to the plan at $10 per GB per month. You can also add international calling and texting to over 60 countries by paying an extra $5 per month.

You can also pick up their Pay As You Go plan that will set you back $10 for 30 days. Minutes, MB, SMS, and MMS cost $0.05 each.

The plans do not include mobile hotspot, taxes and fees.



Source: BestMVNO 

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    1. Absolutely. Just about all the “MVNO” offerings are. This musical chairs game has become nothing but a nuisance, watching them all make these little bitty tit-for-tat moves; to they all think they are going to be “the one” that succeeds. Each are like a money-pit house.

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    2. are they? the $20/month for 2GB LTE on AT&T seems very reasonable. is there anything comparable out there?

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  2. I see no great value here, and from an unknown carrier. I'm at $27/3GB (auto pay) on H2O, which includes Int'l text, unlimited talk to 50 countries, and $10 credit to calling countries not on the list.

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  3. nvm, saw it in the article, it's AT&T.

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  4. just awful... when will these mvno's learn that all they have to offer is ONE PLAN ONLY! stop nickel and diming us! that plan should be $45./month/unlimited/tax included and staying with the company of choice if they all were the same price should be about phone selection/price/customer service/cell service

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    1. Not everyone needs unlimited data. Why should they have to pay more for more than they need? Maybe $15/month for 1 GB of data along with unlimited talk/text is plenty.

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    2. Huh? I don't want your imaginary plan. Too much money, too much data. I don't need unlimited. Millions of others feel the same way, hence the big prepaid market.

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    3. Sounds like you want me to subsidize your excessive use of data. I'll just pay for what I use at $20/month, thank you very much.

      Also, you don't seem to get the idea of prepaid phones. I can buy my phone anywhere, not just from my service provider.

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  5. 15 for 1G plus unlimited 2G speed is a great price for AT&T service...same plan is 35 on AT&T prepaid

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  6. $15 for 1GB on AT&T is an awesome deal for month to month paying. The $20 for 2GB is good as well. Good for low end users but the thing is good2go is relatively unknown.

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  7. The web site good2gomobile.com was created in 2009

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  8. Good2Go is now the price leader among AT&T MVNOs for 1 or 2GB/month.

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  9. 2gb will be used up just updating Android phones... what are you all taking about? 15./gb? what? that was the price 5 years ago! now its more like 3./gb you guys are delusional convincing yourselves that you don't need unlimited... just ONE movie on Netflix is 1gb... gtfoh!

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    1. Oh yeah because everyone needs unlimited (sarcasm). I never watch netflix on mobile. Your experience does not equal everyone else experience.

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  10. i agree... after the first month of having that ridiculous plan EVERYONE REALIZES THAT THEY NEED UNLIMITED! i mean how cheap can people be where they can't afford fifty bucks a month with taxes and fees included? why worry about having to use data all the time? of course all Android phones use at least 2gb of data just updating every month! also total wireless has $2./gb for overage... who in their right mind thinks $15./gb is even a little okay in 2019?!

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    1. It is called Wifi. Im also not looking at my phone 24/7.

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  11. .5 GB /mo. or less mobile data use (android) here.
    Don't need to be constantly connected/entertained.
    WiFi available most places so use that when available.
    Don't drive in congested areas so Here We Go app works fine for me (no data needed navigation).
    "Data saver" on, background mobile data off, permissions for mobile data restricted on apps., updates WiFi only.
    Occasional email check and a quick internet browse/search (on a junk/advertising blocked datasaver browser) is about all I "need"/use data for.

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    1. lies for the .05gb for your app updates... you must have two apps on your phone

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    2. No lie, just your failure to comprehend.
      Background data disabled. App permissions disabled for updates via mobile data. Updates via WiFi only or off/notify/manual only (so I do it manually via WiFi).
      Not hard to understand or do.
      Typically use under .5 GB a month MOBILE data.

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  12. What's with the "updates eat up 2gb a month" complaints? Ever heard of WiFi? A lot of people don't need a lot of data, so these kind of plans work. Currently have a year of Red Pocket for <$50 from eBay that fits just fine.

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    1. i agree with you, i don't know what these "everyone needs unlimited" folks are going on about. i'm on the free unlimited sprint promotion right now and i have yet to go over 4gb any one month. if i were actually keeping track of my usage and using wifi whenever available, i could easily keep it under 2gb. how much netflix do you people need to stream?

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    2. I stream hulu and netflix on my computer or tv. I never like watching shows on such a small screen.

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    3. not a complaint... just a fact that Android phones use at least 2gb/month to update the apps and software proving that everyone needs unlimited data

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  13. imaginary plan? it's the plan i have right now with boost mobile which is the best and only plan to have! did you actually think i made that plan up?

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  14. subsidize my excessive use? i use about 20gb/month? you think that's excessive use in 2019? interesting... sorry that you can't afford another twenty five bucks for unlimited

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  15. watching ONE show on Netflix per day is NOT EXCESSIVE! one show equals 1gb... that alone is 30gb/month? what are you talking about excessive?

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  16. I never used more than 1 GB on sprint unlimited. I mainly use wifi. I'm very happy with the red pocket 500/500/500 plan, but it's good to know good2go exists should my needs change.

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  17. "background data disabled. app permissions disabled for updates via mobile data. updates via WiFi only or off/notify/manual only" fyi 99% of cell phone users don't want to have to do that... they just want to pick up and use their phone w/o going thru all of that. also 99% of people are willing to pay an extra $20/month for unlimited data so they can avoid constantly be having to look for and sign in to WiFi networks which are not secure like the cell phone connection that their paying for

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    1. I pay about $40-$80 a year so unlimited is waaay more than a $20/mo. difference. I use a VPN both for security/privacy, disabling tracking (including things like Verizon's zombie super cookie tracking), advertising & other malicious or spurious data wasters.

      If your pulled out of thin air statistics "99% of people" want to be lazy, ignorant money squanders they are free to be so. I'm not and I want choices, I don't want or have any use for "unlimited". A lot of people I know feel the same way.

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  18. $25./2gb/month like the article states and $45./unlimited/month on boost mobile is a $20. difference... i win! guess your the one percent?

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    1. Made up in your mind 1%. You are wrong. You win what? Bad math award? First Boost coverage is a bad joke. Second your math may be your scenario, not even close for mine.

      I think you can't see past your use case and that of you made up statistics.

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  19. oh... and most people dont know what a VPN even is let alone want to pay another monthly fee for one

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    1. I don't pay, for a VPN, I have my own. If I paid for one it would be a pittance vs. the waste of paying for unlimited mobile service I don't need every month.

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