AT&T Mobility is adding LTE to its new Aio Wireless prepaid brand, which launched with just support for the carrier's HSPA+ network. The move comes shortly after AT&T added HSPA+ and LTE support to its GoPhone prepaid brand.
AT&T Mobility revamped its GoPhone prepaid plans, as it recently promised it would, and highlighted the fact that its GoPhone customers can access its LTE network, which now covers more than 200 million POPs.
AT&T Mobility is limiting the data options on its cheaper prepaid GoPhone plans. However, the carrier said it will launch new GoPhone plans in the next few weeks, according to a CNET report. AT&T did not provide prices for the new plans, saying only that there would be a "variety of plans."
AT&T Mobility is bringing HSPA+ and LTE data support to its GoPhone prepaid customers who use Apple's iPhone or any other HSPA+ or LTE-enabled device, the carrier confirmed.
AT&T Mobility is planning to launch new prepaid services under the "All In One" brand June 15, according to people familiar with the matter. The carrier will likely offer a $35 per month service for feature phones and a $50 per month service for smartphones.
Verizon Wireless effectively cut the price of its high-end prepaid smartphone plan from $80 to $70, bringing its prepaid pricing closer to rival AT&T Mobility. However, Verizon's prepaid services are still much more expensive than those from many traditional prepaid and flat-rate players.
AT&T Mobility is introducing a new $65 prepaid plan with unlimited voice, texting and 1 GB of data, undercutting rival Verizon Wireless and bringing its pricing closer to more traditional no-contract offerings.
AT&T Mobility is upgrading its $25 GoPhone prepaid plan to include unlimited texting to Canada, Mexico and 100 other countries. This feature was previously only available on the $50 per month rate plan or on the $2 per day plans.
Verizon Wireless (NYSE:VZ) next week will launch an $80 prepaid smartphone plan that will include 1 GB data plan, according to a top executive from the company. During a call with investors following
AT&T Mobility (NYSE:T) is making changes to its GoPhone prepaid plans by requiring that customers who want data access sign up for plans that start at $25 instead of cheaper pay-as-you-go plans,