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AT&T GoPhone $60 Smartphone Monthly Plan with Data
- Minutes:UnlimitedData:Unlimited (8GB at full speed)Contract Length:PrepaidExpiry:30 days
HighlightsCan bring your own phoneCan check the status of wireless bill directly from the phoneCalls to other phones from the same carrier are freeFree domestic long distanceNo roaming charges in the United StatesFree nights and weekends
About this Plan
The $60 Smartphone Monthly Plan with Data from AT&T is an individual prepaid cell phone plan offered by AT&T that offers unlimited nationwide calling, unlimited text messaging, and unlimited texting to Mexico, Canada, and 100 other countries. This plan also features unlimited data, but data speeds are slowed after 8GB of data usage. Users of this plan also get unlimited calling to Mexico.
In addition, AT&T offers rollover data. Unused data in one month rolls over to the next month. The data expires if it is not used in the next month.
Features & Benefits
This plan allows for unlimited voice minutes that can be used anytime, 24 hours a day.
Free Roaming and Long Distance in the United States
The plan offers unlimited free roaming and long distance calling to long distance numbers in the United States.
Other Included Features
This plan also includes the following features:
- Call forwarding
- Basic voice mail
- Caller ID
- Call waiting
- Conference calling
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Description Cost Included Messaging Unlimited $0.00 /month Messaging Unlimited US Rates Cost Domestic Long Distance Rate $0.00 Roaming charges $0.00 Text messages (pay per use) $0.00 Picture/video messages (pay per use) $0.00Valid Until: December 31st, 2017Valid Until: August 31st, 2017
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