I like the gophones from att , their service is awesome , but the data is a bit confusing , and I like the feature I can go online and check my data and download my history , w out using other devices . . and the rollover data is awesome ,but why only high speed why not low speed data as well , that way we as the customers don't have to worry about data .
We’re glad you love your service! While rollover low speed data would be a great thing, I’m happy to inform you that it won’t be necessary as (depending on your rate plan) your GoPhone rate plan comes with unlimited data. After you use the high speed data there is no limit on how much metered data you can use! More information on GoPhone rollover can be found by clicking here.
Hope this helps!
-JP, AT&T Social Media Manager
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1Auto Refill: $45 or higher monthly plans only. Get $5 discount when you enroll in Auto Refill. Credit not applied to first payment. Additional charges and restrictions apply. See att.com/goautorefill for details. 2After high-speed data allowance is used, data speeds are reduced to a max of 128Kbps for the rest of the term. 3Rollover Data: $60 and $45 monthly plans only. Unused high-speed data from your monthly plan allowance rounds up to the nearest megabyte (MB) and carries over for one 30-day renewal when your plan renews on time. Unused Rollover Data automatically expires after one renewal period, or with any plan change (such as changing data amounts, cancellation, or balance expiration). Rollover Data is used after any data package and after your monthly high-speed plan allowance. 4Mexico and Canada: Includes unlimited calling and texting within and between U.S., Mexico, and Canada. Also includes use of the high-speed data allotment from your plan in Mexico or Canada. Both the number of texts and number of voice minutes used, made, or received while in Mexico and Canada cannot exceed 50% of the total number of texts or voice minutes in a month for any consecutive three-month period, or service may be terminated.
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