Monday, December 6, 2010

AT&T No-contract Phones and Plans

A large number of consumers are expected to choose prepaid services over mobile phones and plans with wireless contracts. So I thought that it would be interesting to look at some no-contract offers in the market.

AT&T is one of the major wireless carrier's in the US and it offers both no-contract offerings as well as mobile phones and plans that require a contract. his time let's take a quick look at AT&T no-contract phones and plans.

The carrier's prepaid program is called GoPhone. This prepaid mobile phone service is divided into Pick Your Plan and Pay As You Go.

The Pick Your Plan program is no longer available for new customers but existing Pick Your Plan service accounts are still being supported.

The Pay As You Go prepaid program provides no-contract phones and plans. Consumers can refill airtime at their leisure by purchasing prepaid cards. They can also purchase airtime packages available through the AT&T refill site.

These are the advantages of the Pay As You Go prepaid program:
  • No long-term contract and no credit check
  • No bills to pay and no age requirements
  • Unlimited calling to anyone nationwide on select plans
  • No long distance fees across our national service area
  • Usage tracking
  • 24/7 account refills
But what about the cellphones. Well, the AT&T GoPhone program offers a selection of new or refurbished cell phones and devices and choose from a wide variety of styles and manufacturers. Many of them can be purchased for less than fifty bucks.

That's it for this quick preview of AT&T no-contract phones and plans. Join as every week as we look at mobile phone contract or wireless contract news and updaes.

1 comment:

Parag said...

We were customers of Cingular One and have been customers of AT&T since they took over. We have never had any problems with our phones, coverage or customer service. We get service in places where people with us who have other carriers don't. We were on a boat in the middle of Lake Michigan & could get service when noone else could. My sister travels a lot in Indiana & says the same thing.

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