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AT&T Prepaid Deals Include Free Moto G Play/Pure, Adds 5G For All


AT&T Prepaid has launched some new in-store only deals headlined by a free Motorola Moto G Play and a free Motorola Moto G PURE. The provider has also enabled 5G network access for all of its prepaid plans. Previously, 5G network access was restricted to its unlimited high-speed data plans.


AT&T Prepaid's In-Store Only Holiday Phone Deals

All deals require the activation of a new line on an unlimited plan. AT&T's in-store unlimited plan is $65/month or $50/month with autopay. The price without porting requires the activation of autopay billing at signup. The offers are not available for upgrades and exclude port-ins from Cricket Wireless. There is a $15/line in-store activation fee. Phones are restricted to AT&T Prepaid service for six months after activation.


The deals are scheduled to be available at least until 1/12/23 or while supplies last. AT&T Prepaid is currently not even offering iPhones through its own website making them store exclusives.


AT&T Prepaid's Walmart Phone Deals

If the above AT&T Prepaid in-store only deal offers don't work for you, perhaps the one's made available through Walmart will. Walmart has the following phones available:

  • iPhone SE - $99

  • iPhone 11 - $299

  • Motorola Moto G Pure - $19

  • Samsung Galaxy A03s - $29

  • Samsung Galaxy A13 LTE - $69

  • AT&T Radiant Max 5G - $99

  • Samsung Galaxy A13 - $149

  • Motorola Moto G 5G - $159

All deals require in-store activation on ANY monthly AT&T Prepaid plan. The first month of service and sales tax are due at the time of sale.


“AT&T Prepaid holiday deals are out, as seen in AT&T stores. I think these are business as usual for the holidays, although AT&T does little in stores to sell AT&T Prepaid Headliners for the holidays are – for switchers – two free Motorola phones and the iPhone 11 at $149.99.” – Jeff Moore, Principal of Wave7 Research

AT&T Prepaid 5G For All

AT&T Prepaid has finally enabled 5G network access for all of its plans. They were the lone holdout of carrier-owned prepaid brands to not offer 5G network access across all of their plans. The change comes almost exactly one year after AT&T enabled support for 5G on all Cricket Wireless plans.


AT&T Prepaid's website now highlights that all of its plans include 5G. Walmart's AT&T Prepaid landing page has also been updated to show this change.

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