According to Fierce Wireless, AT&T will be revamping its prepaid services by launching a new prepaid brand called “All In One.” Sources suggest that AT&T will be offering unlimited voice, text and data service starting at $35 a month for feature phones, and $50 per month for smartphones.
Although details on data allotment for the feature phone plan is not known, the smartphone plan will include 2 GB of HSPA data in the unlimited $50 plan, and may provide a plan with 5GB of data for $70 per month.
AT&T is said to be testing these plans out in states such as Florida and Texas, and could see a nationwide launch on June 15th.
AT&T’s “All In One” plan will go up against other telecoms who have recently started offering new prepaid plans, such as Verizon and T-Mobile. T-Mobile recently launched its Simple Choice plans, which provide unlimited voice, text and 2GB of data for $60 per month, while Verizon is offering a $70 per month plan with unlimited voice, text and 2GB of data. AT&T has been working hard over the last year to roll out its 4G LTE network, and projects that it will finish its LTE rollout nationwide by the end of the year.
AT&T currently offers a pre-paid solution with its GoPhone brand, and we’re not sure yet if the new “All In One” plan will co-exist with GoPhone or replace it.
[Via: Fierce Wireless]