Prepaid Calling Just Got Better: Nationwide Unlimited Talk, Text & Web Plan Now Available for $50
AT&T Customers Can Save More Than 20% With No Long-term Commitment Starting June 26
Dallas, Texas, June 21, 2011
-Consumers can sign up for an unlimited talk, text and web nationwide GoPhone® plan for $50 per month starting on June 26 with AT&T* -- a savings of more than 20%.
-Plan includes unlimited text and instant messaging to Mexico, Canada and 100 additional countries.
-Customers can apply this new GoPhone plan to quick messaging phones such the Pantech P7040p, available for purchase on the same day for $59.99.
-Available to new and existing GoPhone customers with a feature phone.
AT&T GoPhone customers can now take advantage of a new unlimited talk, text and web nationwide plan for $50 per month. Unlimited text and instant messaging to Mexico, Canada and 100 other countries are also included at no additional cost.
GoPhone service can be purchased at AT&T company-owned retail stores, online at att.com/gophone and thousands of authorized retailers nationwide. Smartphone customers can choose unlimited talk and text for $50 and select one of three data package options from $5 to $25.
Earlier this month, AT&T announced the new Pantech P7040p, a stylish quick messaging phone, would also be available on June 26 in company-owned retail stores for $59.99. With a full keyboard, the Pantech P7040p is ideal for maximizing the value of this new plan.
"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."
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