AT&T rolls out GoPhone pay-as-you-go plans

AT&T launched pay-as-you-go packages under its GoPhone brand that include night and weekend minutes, messaging and MEdiaNet features. The plans mark the first time AT&T pay-as-you-go subscribers have access to these extra features.

GoPhone from AT&T will offer voice packages with 3,000 night and weekend minutes for only $19.99, messaging packages that start at 200 messages for $4.99 and go up to 3,000 messages for $19.99, and data options with 1MB at $4.99 and 5MB at $9.99. Messaging packages include text, IM, picture and video messages. Night and weekend minutes are available from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. on weeknights and from 9 p.m. Friday until 6 a.m. Monday on weekends. The 3,000 night and weekend minutes package is available only for unlimited talk plan subscribers.

For more on AT&T's new pay-as-you-go offerings:
- read this company press release

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