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The AT&T $35 Monthly Unlimited Prepaid Plan includes 30 days of Unlimited Nationwide calling, and Unlimited Nationwide Text, Picture, and Video Messaging & with first 1GB at high-speed. If you exceed your allotment of high-speed data, your data speed will be slowed until your next billing cycle.
This Prepaid AT&T Monthly Unlimited plan includes Unlimited Nationwide calling, Unlimited Nationwide Text/ Picture/ Video Messaging and Unlimited AT&T to AT&T mobile calling (within the U.S., Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands).
This AT&T Prepaid plan also includes unlimited text only to Mexico, Canada and over 100 other countries.
Unused data from your Mobile Share plan will be rolled towards your next month's allowance. Unused rollover data expires after one billing cycle or with any plan change.
There are no long distance or roaming charges across AT&T Pay As Yo Go nationwide coverage.
This AT&T Prepaid plan has no Activation Fee.
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AT&T Prepaid phones usually ship in 3-5 business days for free.
|Plan||AT&T AT&T Prepaid $30 Monthly Plan||$30.00|
|Minutes||Unlimited National Minutes ((Nationwide calling))||-|
|Data||1GB at full speed Then slowed (no overages) (- Speeds reduced when you exceed your high-speed allowance)||-|
|Messages||Unlimited (to the U.S., Mexico, Canada & over 100 countries)||-|
|Deal||Online deal: Get a Free SIM Card when you purchase a AT&T prepaid plan and Bring Your Own Phone.||($0.99)|
|Additional 250MB for $5 ($30 Monthly Prepaid plan)||$5 per recharge||250MB||-|
AT&T in one of the big four cell phone carriers in the United States with a massive customer base and huge network footprint across the United States.
AT&T can trace its history to the Bell Telephone Company founded by Alexander Graham Bell! Although the roots are deep, the AT&T we all know today was founded in 1983. AT&T's network of subsidiaries monopolized the US telecommunications industry for most of the 20th century (known as the Bell system). The AT&T of today is a publicly traded company providing landline, long-distance, mobile phone, cable television and broadband services.
AT&T's wireless network is one of the best in the US with wide reaching coverage, second only to Verizon. AT&T’s network isn’t technically all ‘4G’ – it’s actually a dual layer of LTE and HSPA+ with enhanced backhaul. Many smaller cities will be covered by a blend of 4G and 3G.
With over 147 million customers in the US and Mexico, AT&T is one of the largest wireless providers in the world and also owns the popular MVNO named Cricket Wireless. Take a look at AT&T's current wireless deals, AT&Ts phone line-up, or our review of AT&T.
AT&T's ultra-fast internet boasts 99% reliability, keeping you connected to the entertainment you love. Fiber connections are now available from AT&T in select locations, bringing customer up to 1000Mbps download speeds.
Get the ultimate entertainment experience with more than 230 channels, Total Home DVR®, and the ability to record up to 4 shows at once—all over an advanced fiber-optic network.
With AT&T home phone, you can make the calls you need, when you need to make them. By bundling a home phone package with AT&T Internet, you'll automatically get unlimited nationwide calling along with 25 convenient features.
Or, bundle your internet with DIRECTV and get the #1 rated customer satisfaction over cable. With DIRECTV customers will get theater-quality 4K Ultra HD resolution, NFL SUNDAY TICKET, and many more features.
Combine the perfect bundle of AT&T services, including U-verse TV, Internet, and home phone on one simple bill.
AT&T's network also powers many other smaller carriers (called MVNOs) which run on AT&T's network and typically provide cheaper prices than AT&T itself.
The AT&T network is a GSM network with HSPA and LTE (along with T-Mobile).
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If for some strange reason, you've not already heard about AT&T (they are one of the biggest advertisers in the US with over $1.8 Billion in paid media in 2016), here's the fast facts to get yourself acquainted: