ATT MVNOs offer some of the best overall nationwide coverage maps per dollar so pay close attention to what you see here. Other carriers 4G MVNOs may offer cheaper wireless phone plans but their nationwide coverage isn’t top notch like AT&T’s. Since AT&T operates on a GSM based network, bringing your own cell phone to their MVNOs tends to be easier than moving a Verizon or Sprint phone to one.
In order to make it into this price comparison database, any plans that offered less than 1 GB of data were excluded, as that simply isn’t enough data for a majority of users. The current list best describes cell phone plans suited for single lines. If family plans are all you are interested in you can have a look at them here. In some cases though, the below single line prepaid cell phone plans will suffice and be what’s most cost effective for you, particularly if you are a couple or a family of less than 4.
All plans were hand picked by BestMVNO.com to be the best overall valued plan offered by that provider. If the options provided here aren’t enough have a look at the full phone plan comparison table.
If you are considering Consumer Cellular, please read this post, as they may send you a T-Mobile SIM card at their discretion.
The Best AT&T MVNOs and Prepaid Cell Phone Plans
(The plans listed represent what BestMVNO.com feels is each AT&T MVNOs best offering for smartphones)
All providers listed allow you to bring your own device (BYOD), although some providers may have limited support for Blackberry devices.
Not sure which is right for you? Maybe this MVNO List can help. Want to try and custom build your own plan? Check out my build your own cell phone plan tool! Looking for Pay as You Go? Check out the ATT MVNO pay as you go plans page. Looking for a cheaper plan than what’s listed? You may find another AT&T MVNO listed on our Cheapest No Contract Cell Phone Plans of 2016 page.