AT&T is allowing select tablet owners to use their data enabled devices on its GoPhone prepaid service. All customers will need to do is purchase a $9.99 SIM card kit and pick a monthly prepaid plan.
Here’s a list of compatible devices:
- iPad 3
- iPad Mini
- Lenovo IdeaTab (A2107A
- Pantech Element (P4100)
- Asus K005
- Asus (TF300TL) Transformer Pad
- Google Nexus 7
- Samsung Galaxy Camera (GC100)
- Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 (SGH- I467)
- Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 (SGH-I497)
- Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 (SM-T217T)
- Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 (SM-T217A)
- Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 (SGH-I597)
GoPhone data plans start at $15 a month and cap out at $50 a month. The $15 plan gives customers 250MB of data, and can add an additional 100MB for $10. For $30 a month, customers will receive 3GB of data, with an extra 500MB for $10. For $50 a month, customers will get 5GB of data, with an additional 1GB running $10.
Seems a little steep when compared to T-Mobile, who gives tablet owners a free 250MB of data right from the get go. Will you tether your tablet to GoPhone, or have you already gone with T-Mobile or Verizon?