AT&T offering up new $50 unlimited Talk & Text for GoPhone users on June 26th

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AT&T has just announced a great new plan for GoPhone users, which offers up unlimited Talk and Text, with different data options. The plan is set to go live on June 26th, and should be a great plan to go with the LG Thrive Android phone.

Existing GoPhone customers can choose to switch to the new plan when it launches this coming Sunday, and will provide unlimited texts to 100 countries. While the web plan itself isn’t included within the $50, AT&T will be providing data plans that range from $5 to $25, so you can make sure you’re getting the right amount of data for your usage.

“As summer approaches, consumers want a plan that provides even more value as they connect with their loved ones in the U.S and abroad,” said Judy Cavalieri, vice president, Voice and Prepaid Products, AT&T Mobility and Consumer Markets. “GoPhone provides customers a unique opportunity to experience the dependability and availability of AT&T’s national wireless network with no long term commitment.”

AT&T offers a pretty decent selection of phones you can use with its prepaid service but we’d have to pick the LG Thrive over the rest. It’s no Inspire 4G, but it bests many of the other GoPhone offers out there, and since it’s Android you’ll have access to the Market to download applications. The heavy texters out there can also opt for the Pantech P7040p, which features a QWERTY keyboard.

If you’re looking to save some green this summer, then hit up AT&T this Sunday to get your GoPhone on.

Press release after the break.

[Via: AT&T]

  • Bruce

    “As summer approaches, consumers want a plan that provides even more value…” Right. But in winter, people want to get screwed over by their cell phone carrier.
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  • Bruce

    “As summer approaches, consumers want a plan that provides even more value…” Right. But in winter, people want to get screwed over by their cell phone carrier.
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  • Scottfriedrich98

    AT&T has the Sony Ericsson Vivas and the LG Quantum listed as refurbished Go Phones on their website.

  • Scottfriedrich98

    AT&T has the Sony Ericsson Vivas and the LG Quantum listed as refurbished Go Phones on their website.

  • Fliterisk

    I understand why all the major carriers focus on  making their money off the data plans. But if ever there’s a lack of interest in the market, it’s providing wireless for seniors. As is, only tracfone are offering something reasonable with their SVC brand – which isn’t good from a monopolizing aspect. And as far as this unlimited nonsense is concerned, if you add the cost of data to the original plan, it starts getting hellishly expensive….that is of course if you’re comparing to other prepaid compititors, and not ATT’s current rates.

    • Anonymous

      Ironically, tracfone’s SVC plan / phone makes almost exclusive use of AT&T’s network service. Which they sell to tracfone at wholesaler prices. So you could say that AT&T are providing wireless for seniors, they’re just not doing the maintenance on managing the service. If you do have an SVC phone, you should be quite happy with the imminent ATTTM merger, as that would broaden your service coverage even more…

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