DISCLOSURE: This post is sponsored. All products mentioned and reviewed on this page are compliments of AT&T. All opinions of the products are my own.
It’s a few weeks after Christmas and if you have middle schoolers in the house like me, then they more than likely received cash and gift cards for Christmas. My 8th grader, especially, leaned toward asking for gift cards this Christmas.
If you are looking for a great way to put your kids’ Christmas gift cards or monetary gifts to good use, consider getting a AT&T GoPhone. Not quite ready to commit to a full-time plan, just yet, but your tween or teen is convinced they are the last kid in their school without a phone? AT&T GoPhone offers great flexible first phone plans.
For years wireless plans have traditionally been very strict but what family wants to feel tied down to a strict plan, especially with changing needs? Maybe you’re not quite ready for your tween to have a full-time phone. Maybe they just “need” a phone for the summer away at camp. AT&T offers Americans the ability to break free from annual contracts and take a more flexible approach to wireless plans. AT&T GoPhone prepaid plans give you the ability to choose from a variety of plans that fit your needs and monthly budget. We tested out an AT&T GoPhone last year and it was the perfect first plan for my younger daughter, who was 9 at the time.
Three Reasons to Get an AT&T GoPhone in 2016
Smartphone plans of $45 monthly to start, with $40 monthly refill, include:
- Unlimited talk, text and data usage
- High speed with first 1.5 GB
- Rollover data – unused high-speed data carries over for one 30-day renewal period
The $60 monthly plan ($65 for first month) includes:
- Unlimited talk, text and data usage in the United States, Mexico and Canada
- First 4GB at high speed
- Rollover data – unused high-speed data carries over fr one 30-day renewal period
AT&T GoPHone offers the latest 4G LTE smartphones at affordable prices. You can also choose to BYOD (bring your own device) . GoPhone is compatible with many phones, including iPhones, giving new and current AT&T users the ability to easily activate their current device on GoPhone.
Spare Emergency Phone Option
Late last year AT&T released the SpareOne Emergency Phone for GoPhone, the perfection companion for life’s adventures and unexpected situations (hello upcoming tornado season in Middle Tennessee)
- Features include:
World’s only AA battery powered mobile phone
- 20-year shelf life when unused
- Flashlight, glow in the dark keypad, panic siren and SOS signal built into your phone
AT&T GoPhone is a great choice for busy families who don’t want to be tied down to a traditional smartphone plan.
Disclosure: “This blog post was sponsored by AT&T but the opinions are completely my own based on my experience.”
I’m from Viet Nam. I’m using Viettel telecom in my country. It’s same AT&T Gophone too