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Monday, December 14th, 2015 7:21 AM

I have the at&t unite Mobile Hotspot, Can I add multiple data packages to my current plan?


I need 12gb of  data to stream a live event.

Will this work?

1. log into account:

2. refill account, choose $95. (new account Balance)

3. choose a rate plan, add $75 Monthly plan, get 8GB of Data

4. select a "package" and add, $10 = 2GB of data

5. repeat step 3: Select a "package" and add another, $10 = 2GB of data


The account/device should have a data balance available of 12GB without interruption.

Is this correct, will it work?



If I start the a new plan and add packages on the 31th of the month, then on the next day, any unused date is expired? is this correct? 


Is there a less expensive way to get 12gb of mobile ATT& 4g lte data that does not expire?

I don't want a contract plan as my mobile date usage changes.




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8 years ago

Hi @victor123!

Yes, that will work. I would, however, recommend to add a few extra dollars to cover any applicable taxes or surcharges.

GoPhone monthly plans and packages are good for a period of 30 days at the applicable charge. Monthly plans expire at 11:59 p.m. C.S.T. on the 30th day. When you first activate a plan, the day that the plan is activated counts as the first full day and counts towards the first 30 days. Unused data does not rollover.

You might also consider our postpaid Mobile Share Value plans. A contract is not required, and unused data rolls over for 30 days. You can also change your data plan as needed. For a hotspot, your Monthly Access Charge would be $20, and then you would pick a data package (5GB for $50 or 15GB for $100, for example.) These plans also share data among devices and offer unlimited talk & text for the phones included.


Hope this helps!


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