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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.
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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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