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I'm looking at buying a Samsung S5. I've had AT&T for 6 years and get great coverage out here in the middle of nowhere TX. I do not have a contract and don't want one. I usually just pick up an AT&T compatable phone. The listings all say I need to get the card from AT&T for the phone. How much does a card usually cost?

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Re: Info on new phone

If you mean for Gophone service, it depends on the plan you want.

plans are 30 days.

$45 includes 3 GBs of high speed data and unlimited low speed, with rollover of unused data.

$60 includes 6 GBs of high speed data and unlimited low speed, with rollover of unused data.

 

$30 plans or pay per use do not include data.

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‎07-03-2016 9:42 PM

Re: Info on new phone

If your new phone has the same size SIM card as your old phone, you can just pull out the card and put it in the new phone.

 

If you are on an old AT&T minute plan that had a 2 year contract but you finished it, it's probably time for a new plan, you're probably paying too much now.

 

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Re: Info on new phone

Thank you, that is what I was wondering about.

 

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