In-Brief

AT&T GoPhone users now get 4G LTE speeds

The Samsung Galaxy Express. The Samsung Galaxy Express.

Beginning June 21, AT&T’s GoPhone customers can take advantage of prepaid wireless plan offering faster speeds through the 4G LTE-capable Samsung Galaxy Express device.

New and existing AT&T GoPhone customers can bring their own 4G or 4G LTE smartphone or choose a GoPhone device to connect to AT&T’s network. AT&T 4G and 4G LTE service is available with any of the new GoPhone smartphone plans, which include:

  • $60 a month for 2 GB of data, unlimited nationwide calling, and unlimited messaging — now double the data at a lower monthly price. Additional data is available for $10 per 1 GB.
  • $40 a month for 200 MB of data, 500 minutes of nationwide calling, and unlimited messaging. Additional data is available for $5 per 100 MB.
  • $25 a month for 250 minutes of nationwide calling and unlimited messaging, with an optional data package of 50 MB for an additional $5 a month.
  • All GoPhone monthly plans include international texts from the U.S. to Mexico, Canada and 100 other countries.

The Samsung Galaxy Express is available for $249.99 online and at any AT&T store or GoPhone distributor.

AT&T GoPhone monthly plans are also available for quick messaging and basic phones, with several plans to choose from. For $35 a month, basic phone customers can get 500 minutes of nationwide calling, unlimited data and unlimited messaging. AT&T GoPhone smartphone customers can also choose a $50 unlimited talk and text plan with Wi-Fi data only.

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