The prepaid market has gotten quite competitive over the past couple of years with prices dropping and carriers adding new services to their prepaid offerings. AT&T’s popular GoPhone service is not immune to the competition and have added a couple of new plans to keep up with the ever-changing market, this time for your home phone and internet needs. With the purchase of a Wireless Home Phone & Internet device (they’re calling it the “Home Base”) and a home phone, GoPhone customers can enjoy unlimited nationwide calling and either 5GB or 10GB of data per month for $60 or $80 respectively.
Additionally, AT&T have launched a Wireless Home Phone plan for $20 a month that features unlimited calling and no data. For light internet users and people on the go, these plans are quite attractive. The Home Base retails for $199 while its voice-only cousin is discounted at $69 (normally $99). Hit the comments with your thoughts on AT&T’s new plans.