AT&T intros new $50 prepaid calling plan

AT&T customers looking for a prepaid plan now have two new options for quick messaging phones and smartphones.


Today, AT&T introduced a new GoPhone prepaid calling plan that includes unlimited talk, text, and Web for $50 per month. Unlimited text and instant messages to Mexico, Canada, and 100 other countries are also part of the deal. The new plan will be available starting June 26 and applies to quick messaging phones, such as the Pantech P7040p, which will also launch on the same day.

A $50 per month plan will also be available for smartphone customers. However, it will only include unlimited talk and text; to add data, users can choose from one of three data plans ranging from $5 for 10MB to $25 for 500MB.

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