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There's an all-new AT&T prepaid plan, priced at $50 or $40 with AutoPay, including 8GB of high-speed data. Also, heftier multi-line discounts, and a larger mobile hotspot bucket for the "Unlimited Plus" option.
Verizon's prepaid plans get just a little better today, starting at $30 a month with 500MB high-speed data and setting you back as much as $75 if you need unlimited service.
Verizon's recently beefed-up prepaid plans are now also cheaper with family accounts. That includes unlimited discounts for lines 2 through 5.
AT&T Prepaid is the logical new name of the carrier's service previously known as GoPhone, with new lines eligible for two free months (of the first 12).
Verizon still doesn't seem fully committed to the unlimited data concept, improving every other prepaid option starting next week.
It's still raining deals, discounts and plan upgrades over at T-Mobile, with Premium Device Protection now including AppleCare+, and more prepaid options.
The best AT&T GoPhone monthly prepaid plans still cost $40 and $60 respectively, getting big upgrades from 4 and 8GB high-speed data to 6 and unlimited.
AT&T subsidiary Cricket Wireless challenges prepaid rival MetroPCS with more value, more data, as well as many free phones for switchers to choose from.
In response to AT&T GoPhone data add-on improvements, Verizon has oddly discontinued its cheapest smartphone and basic phone prepaid plans.
You can now add 3GB high-speed data to the 6 included as standard with a $60 monthly AT&T GoPhone prepaid plan for an extra $20.
If you're planning a short trip stateside in the near future, and worry about temporary wireless service, T-Mobile has you covered for only $30.