AT&T Will Give You a Month of Free GoPhone Service for Switching Over

Still haven’t made the jump to prepaid or AT&T’s surprisingly value-friendly GoPhone service? Starting February 15, if you sign-up for GoPhone, AT&T will give you a second month of service for free. Depending on the plan you sign-up for, that could be a $60 savings.

AT&T says that the process is simple and only requires that you switch your number over to GoPhone and then fund a $45 or $60 plan. As AT&T also points out in today’s announcement, their GoPhone service requires “no annual contract, no credit check, and runs on AT&T’s nationwide 4G LTE network.”  (more…)

Sign-Up for T-Mobile Prepaid Plan, Receive Free Smartphone in Form of $50 Mail-in Rebate

Starting Wednesday, February 3, those who sign up for a T-Mobile prepaid plan will receive a $50 mail-in rebate, good for use on a smartphone. This rebate essentially nets you a select smartphone for free, which is never a bad thing.

There are currently three prepaid options available at T-Mobile: Simply Prepaid, Simple Choice Prepaid, and Simple Choice No Credit. The cheapest, being the Simply Prepaid, starts at $40/month for unlimited talk, text, and 3GB of high-speed data.  (more…)

AT&T Confirms: GoPhone Prepaid Buckets Increasing to 5GB and 2GB

UPDATE 1/6: AT&T reached out and confirmed the changes to us. The only difference is the new plans and upgraded data bucket amounts will be live on January 8, not January 6 as we originally reported.


Tomorrow, AT&T will introduce some changes to their prepaid plans that include more data without a price hike, according to sources of ours.  (more…)

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Straight Talk Deals on Extended Plans Save You Up to $55 Per Year

For a limited time, maybe even just today, Straight Talk, probably leader of all the MVNO prepaid services, is slashing prices on its extended plans by up to $55 depending on the option you choose.

Extended plans are just Straight Talk’s way of branding their plans that have you pre-pay for longer than a month. So the idea here is that you pre-pay for an extended period of time and see a discount.  (more…)