AT&T Go Phone/Pay As You Go Plan
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  • Still, my problem was that I couldn't even afford the phone, let alone a service plan

    • by Orrymain

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      There was a time when I had a regular phone plan like a good majority of people do these days, but circumstances changed for me, and I actually canceled my phone service in its entirety.

      The one thing I missed from having a cell phone, though, was the security it brought. There’s nothing like knowing you have a connection to someone else, even if it’s 911, when things go wrong.

      Still, my problem was that I couldn’t even afford the phone, let alone a service

      plan. When I shopped for options, I wasn’t happy with what I saw. I only needed something basic, a phone that I could use if my car broke down. I didn’t want to pay $30 a month for that coverage, though.

      Then I heard about Cingular’s pay as you go plan, which sounded pretty good. I still couldn’t afford the phone, though, so stopped looking. Then AT&T merged with Cingular, and my sister decided to get me the phone for ...

      • Christmas.

        I love the pay as you go. Unlike some other plans, the minutes do roll over as long as you refill before they expire. That’s important since I rarely use the phone but don’t want my money to go down the drain, either.

        There are still a few pricing options based on how often you refill, which is anywhere from 30 days to a full year. That allows some flexibility. Even if and when I reach the maximum amount of roll-over

        minutes available, the price I’m paying is under $10 a month, and that’s giving me security I need and want.

        They also have an auto-refill option, and that makes it easy and assures that I won’t forget and end up losing my minutes.

        There’s nothing skimpy about this service, either. I have internet and email, and all of that, should I choose to use it. I have on occasion, but it’s extremely rare.

        I’m all for the AT&T Go Phone plans. They work, and they’re affordable.

    tia says :

    Yes i was wondering when i get my pay as you go can i get a 522 number or will i have to get a 406 number?
    ReadingBug says :

    When you go to ATT to sign up for your pay as you go phone, you will be given the same options as a customer who is on a monthly plan. You will be given the choice to either keep your current number or to get a new number. Just be aware that the new number will be based on your current area code.
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