These cards successfully work with GoPhones: Pay-As-You-Go, KIC, Cingular Prepaid, Free2Go service. With the AT&T Go Phone, you don't have to worry about unpredictable cell phone bills at all since you exclusively pay only for the minutes you use for your needs.
Just select how many prepaid minutes you want to add to your phone, and then follow the prompts to pay for the minutes. You can pay for added minutes by a credit card, debit card, or electronic check.
The Pay-As-You-Go is for those who want to have total control and important convenience of the service. The AT&T Free2Go Wireless gives you the wide freedom of a wireless service and the considerable flexibility of managing your wireless budget.
The service includes wireless text messaging, voicemail with a message waiting indicator, three-way calling, and other useful options. The AT&T offers its nationwide network to its customers, so no roaming fees will be charged for this service.
If you fail to purchase new minutes with the AT&T's Pay as You Go, then expiration will occur. A $15 card will expire after 30 days, a $25, $50, or $75 card will expire after 90 days, and a hundred dollar card will be valid for a year. However, when new minutes are purchased, all minutes on that account are good until the latest possible expiration date. Expiration is a little negative aspect to adding prepaid minutes for cellular phones with the AT&T GoPhones. But it is entirely covered by the total convenience of the service.
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