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New prepaid data plan - My options

OK so no more complaining about ATT, it is what it is, but the new ATT $30pm plan is too much for me.

Below are the comparisons/options for the cheapest plans including data I have read so far:

ATT  - $30pm for 50MB
TMobile  - $30pm for 30MB
H2O (use ATT Network) - $25pm for 80MB

From reading around it appears there are other phone providers like H2O who use the ATT network.
Does anyone know who they are and if they're ok / any good?.
I am assuming as theyre using ATT's network the coverage/service would be the same.

OK so no more complaining about ATT, it is what it is, but the new ATT $30pm plan is too much for me.

Below are the comparisons/options for the cheapest plans including data I have read so far:

ATT  - $30pm for 50MB
TMobile  - $30pm for 30MB
H2O (use ATT Network) - $25pm for 80MB

From reading around it appears there are other phone providers like H2O who use the ATT network.
Does anyone know who they are and if they're ok / any good?.
I am assuming as theyre using ATT's network the coverage/service would be the same.

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malik007 wrote:

OK so no more complaining about ATT, it is what it is, but the new ATT $30pm plan is too much for me.

Below are the comparisons/options for the cheapest plans including data I have read so far:

ATT  - $30pm for 50MB
TMobile  - $30pm for 30MB
H2O (use ATT Network) - $25pm for 80MB

From reading around it appears there are other phone providers like H2O who use the ATT network.
Does anyone know who they are and if they're ok / any good?.
I am assuming as theyre using ATT's network the coverage/service would be the same.


New subs to T-Mobile can get unlimited data and text with 100 min talk for $30/mo.

 

Or, .10/min and switch to the daily $2/$3 unlimited plan when needed. 


malik007 wrote:

OK so no more complaining about ATT, it is what it is, but the new ATT $30pm plan is too much for me.

Below are the comparisons/options for the cheapest plans including data I have read so far:

ATT  - $30pm for 50MB
TMobile  - $30pm for 30MB
H2O (use ATT Network) - $25pm for 80MB

From reading around it appears there are other phone providers like H2O who use the ATT network.
Does anyone know who they are and if they're ok / any good?.
I am assuming as theyre using ATT's network the coverage/service would be the same.


New subs to T-Mobile can get unlimited data and text with 100 min talk for $30/mo.

 

Or, .10/min and switch to the daily $2/$3 unlimited plan when needed. 

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pl1 wrote:

malik007 wrote:

OK so no more complaining about ATT, it is what it is, but the new ATT $30pm plan is too much for me.

Below are the comparisons/options for the cheapest plans including data I have read so far:

ATT  - $30pm for 50MB
TMobile  - $30pm for 30MB
H2O (use ATT Network) - $25pm for 80MB

From reading around it appears there are other phone providers like H2O who use the ATT network.
Does anyone know who they are and if they're ok / any good?.
I am assuming as theyre using ATT's network the coverage/service would be the same.


New subs to T-Mobile can get unlimited data and text with 100 min talk for $30/mo.

 

Or, .10/min and switch to the daily $2/$3 unlimited plan when needed. 


I am a former GoPhone user.  I have not tried H20 yet, but I am using Airvoice, which also works on the AT&T network.   I purchased an Airvoice SIM on Ebay for about $1.50.  I activated it online and put $10 on the account.  I put the SIM in my Pantech Link, which was the phone that I had been using on GoPhone.  I had to call Airvoice customer service to have them send downloads to my phone, so I could use data on their service.  The take a $1 fee each month.  I am able to use data, but it is expensive......33cents/mb.  Their customer service is excellent.  Yes, they are using the AT&T network and the coverage is exactly the same as with GoPhone.  


pl1 wrote:

malik007 wrote:

OK so no more complaining about ATT, it is what it is, but the new ATT $30pm plan is too much for me.

Below are the comparisons/options for the cheapest plans including data I have read so far:

ATT  - $30pm for 50MB
TMobile  - $30pm for 30MB
H2O (use ATT Network) - $25pm for 80MB

From reading around it appears there are other phone providers like H2O who use the ATT network.
Does anyone know who they are and if they're ok / any good?.
I am assuming as theyre using ATT's network the coverage/service would be the same.


New subs to T-Mobile can get unlimited data and text with 100 min talk for $30/mo.

 

Or, .10/min and switch to the daily $2/$3 unlimited plan when needed. 


I am a former GoPhone user.  I have not tried H20 yet, but I am using Airvoice, which also works on the AT&T network.   I purchased an Airvoice SIM on Ebay for about $1.50.  I activated it online and put $10 on the account.  I put the SIM in my Pantech Link, which was the phone that I had been using on GoPhone.  I had to call Airvoice customer service to have them send downloads to my phone, so I could use data on their service.  The take a $1 fee each month.  I am able to use data, but it is expensive......33cents/mb.  Their customer service is excellent.  Yes, they are using the AT&T network and the coverage is exactly the same as with GoPhone.  

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