AT PREPAID $25 (Email Delivery)
|Sale : $25||Sold & shipped by Walmart|
- Product Description
- Additional Information
- The AT&T PREPAID card makes it easy to pay for your service. Add the money to your AT&T PREPAID (formerly GoPhone) account.
UPC : 799366733553 - AT PREPAID $25 (Email Delivery) - PickPanda.com
A great way to have a cell phone at a reasonable price. The ,10cents a min. is the way to go for me. If you don't use all your money the first 3 months they allow you to roll over what is left to the next 3 months. The $25.00 card gives you 3 months to use 250 min. plus min. or money you did not use the previous month, costing aprox. $8.50 per month.
Great for Texters
I text a lot, so enjoy the unlimited texting. Right now I have 250 minutes a month; may upgrade to 500 minutes for $10 more.
Great for Texters
I would recommend email delivery for your refill. However, I wouldn't recommend this denomination because if you are a talker, 250 minutes will not last the entire month. Your best bet would be to get the $50 for true unlimited talk & text. With a smartphone, you have to buy a data plan.
I really liked the option of being able to buy the card online and having it emailed to me. It makes it really convenient when you don't want to get out of the house just to buy minutes for your phone. The only reason that I gave it four stars is because it may take an hour or longer to receive the minutes. This information is on the order page in the description of the product. It says that it could possibly take up to 48 hours but I think this depends on what else your order when ordering this product. Luckily we received our pin within about 15-20 minutes. I think that if it takes longer than that then it is kind of pointless to order online. Other than this minor drawback, I think this is a great product and we will definitely use the online site to order it again in the future. Hopefully we receive it as quickly as we did the last time.
I really like this method of receiving pay go cards. No waiting in (sometimes long) line or phone automation hassle.