AT&T adds $45/month unlimited prepaid plan with 5G that you can only get at Walmart

AT&T has a new Unlimited Max prepaid plan with 5G, and it’s available at Walmart for $45 a month. The plan comes with unlimited 5G data, unlimited calls and texts, 100GB of cloud storage, HD streaming, and 10GB of data available when you use your phone as a mobile hotspot.

AT&T’s lowest-priced unlimited 5G plan available outside of Walmart (which doesn’t even come with HD streaming) costs $65/month. While the Unlimited Max plan only allows HD streaming for Walmart, it streams in standard definition by default. You can stream in HD by turning off Stream Saver (a mode that plays video in 480p to save data) on AT&T’s prepaid site, or by calling 611. In comparison, several standard prepaid unlimited 5G plans, such as Metro by T-Mobile’s $50/month plan, Mint Mobile’s $40-per-month plan (for three months), Cricket’s $55-per-month plan, and the from $40 a month Visible by Verizon all have no option to stream in HD.

AT&T also offers its other prepaid plans at a discount if activated at Walmart. This includes the 15 GB plan for $35/month instead of $40, as well as the 5 GB plan for $25/month instead of $30. The company notes that customers eligible for the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) can use up to $30 of their grant to pay for AT&T’s prepaid plan, making the 5GB plan free if the grant is applied.

In addition, the carrier also offers discounted prepaid phones, including the Motorola Moto G Pure for $19 (compared to $69), the Samsung Galaxy A03s for $29 (compared to $79), Samsung Galaxy A12 for $69 (compared to $69). at $119), iPhone SE at $149 (compared to $249), and the iPhone 11 at $299 (compared to $399). The discounted prices for the iPhone SE and iPhone 11 require customers to activate the Unlimited Max plan in Walmart, while the rest of the discounts apply when customers activate a monthly AT&T prepaid plan in Walmart.

AT&T also has three 5G devices available at Walmart, but they are not discounted: the AT&T Radiant Max 5G ($149), Motorola One 5G Ace ($199) and the Samsung Galaxy A13 5G ($199).

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