AT&T Prepaid Updates & Adds New Data Only Plans Including $25 20GB Plan
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AT&T has updated its prepaid data-only plans. Some new plans were added and others got updated. One plan has been discontinued. Let's take a look.
Discontinued Plan Replaced By $300 Annual Plan
The biggest change among all of AT&T Prepaid's data-only plans is at the $25 price point. An offering of 3GB of data every 30-days for $25/month has been discontinued. In its place at that price point is a brand new multi-month annual plan offering. Customers willing to shell out $300 in advance in exchange for 12 months of service will get a plan with 20GB of monthly high-speed data. That works out to an average cost of just $25/month. Taxes and fees cost extra. The plan includes data at up to 5G data speeds.
2 Plans Got Data Upgrades And 1 New Monthly Plan Introduced
AT&T Prepaid updated its prepaid data-only plans at the $50 and $75 price points. There's also a new plan available for $35. Here's a summary of the changes:
- $35/month - 15GB high-speed data
- $50/month - 25GB high-speed data, previously included 10GB
- $75/month - 40GB high-speed data, previously included 18GB
All plans, including the new annual plan, come with Stream Saver. AT&T's Stream Saver feature reduces video streams to a resolution of 480p. However, subscribers have the option to disable it to get HD video streams. All plans also include data speeds at up to 5G with a compatible device and in a 5G enabled location. 5G network access is now available through AT&T in over 14,000 cities and towns nationwide. You can check the AT&T website to see if it's available at your location. Taxes and fees cost extra.
If you are interested in one of these new plans, unfortunately, you'll have to head on over to a store to get one. They don't appear to be available online to new customers at this time. But if you already have an AT&T Prepaid account you may be able to order a SIM and plan for yourself online. The plans are available for use in both tablets and hotspots.
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