ATT Prepaid Plans
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  • That's why when I decided on a prepaid phone, I knew the best place to get one at great rates was Cingular, which is now known as ATT
  • I had to go to the choose a plan to the bottom of the page and that's how I found their available plans and their phones
  • The only issue I had once I located the prepaid phones is that they only show three phones and if you're not paying real close attention to the page, you won't notice the more phones link

    • by C. Channing
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      For college students paying for their own way, the hardest part about living on your own is trying to keep your bills afloat and keep a little extra food money in your pocket. When I first started living on my own, I needed a cell phone, but I didn’t want to get a plan because they suck you into a two year contract and you have to make monthly ON TIME payments. That’s why when I decided on a prepaid phone, I knew the best place to get one at great rates

      was Cingular, which is now known as ATT.

      When I first visited the website, all the information about their prepaid (Go Phone) was a bit difficult to find. For instance, when you go the prepaid phone page they have everything listed for you about the Go Phones and the plans, but actually accessing the particular information is a bit tricky. I had to go to the choose a plan to the bottom of the page and that’s how I found their available plans and their phones. The only issue I had once I ...


      • located the prepaid phones is that they only show three phones and if you’re not paying real close attention to the page, you won’t notice the “more phones” link. Other then that, I had no other problems.

        The best part about their prepaid plans is that they offer four over them ranging from $30 a month to $70, which is not bad considering that the $70 plan gives you unlimited nights and weekends. Any other service would charge at least $100. ATT also waives the first time activation fee on new phones,

        which I must admit was a great thing for me.

        The process of getting my phone was relatively simple: I entered my zip code into their online system, chose my plan and phone and then headed to check out. Once my phone arrived, I was ready to go and since then I’ve no problems or issues with ATT. They have various payment plans, but I choose to go in and pay because it’s just easier for me and besides I never give anyone access to my bank account.

        Overall, they have excellent prepaid plans and phones.




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