03-02-2012 5:40 AM - edited 03-02-2012 5:44 AM
03-02-2012 6:41 AM
03-02-2012 6:55 AM - edited 03-02-2012 6:56 AM
Wow, ok, thanks. That's kind of surprising/disappointing it's not an option, so thanks for letting me know.
07-21-2016 6:01 PM
I tried today to donate a portion of my gophone minutes to a friend , who lives in a low income, assisted living, senior housing complex & on a limited income. His only link to family and friends is thru his cell phone. AT&T Gophone rep. advised that they are no longer able to this. I have $275 in my account that I will never use, because I only use my cell phone for emergencies. It is a shame that a large corporation like AT&T is so greedy. Does anyone know of a carrier who allows donation of unused minutes, to needy senior citizens? I tried calling AT&T corporate office, but all you get is the usual telephone prompt. This has made me so upset, I will never use their services again!
07-21-2016 6:06 PM - edited 07-21-2016 6:09 PM
You can give Gophone refill. Just don't know if they will let you use your balance. You can also use your balance for merchandise.
07-21-2016 6:39 PM
@ Lizdance40 Yes I knew I could buy refills, friend still has two months on his plan, but running out of minutes. Thanks for the info.