Monday, August 1, 2011

Revisiting AT&T's Cell phone Plan for Senior Citizens

It's been more than three years since I've featured the AT&T Senior Nation 200 Plan so I decided that the time is ripe to feature it again. It's been a long time so I hope that this post will inform new readers about this good mobile phone plan for the elderly.

The AT&T Senior Nation 200 Plan has pretty much stay the same since we first featured this blog. I think it's a sign that this offering is successful since it has not undergone any changes through the years. Despite competition from prepaid carriers, this cell phone plan for senior citizens has remained strong indicating that a lot of consumers have paid for this plan.

So, let me re-emphasize the details of this affordable cell phone plan. The AT&T Senior Nation 200 Plan costs only $29.99 with a 2-year contract. It charges a $36.00 for the primary line one-time activation and $.45 per minute for additional minutes. It offers:
  • 200 Anytime Minutes
  • 500 Night & Weekend minutes
  • Unlimited Mobile to Mobile minutes
  • Basic Voice Mail, Call Waiting, Caller ID, Long Distance, Conference Calling, and Call Forwarding
There are no additional charges for roaming and long distance. You can also add more features if you want but there'll be additional charges for those.

Do you think that this cell phone plan is still competitive with the existing offers in the market? AT&T seems to think so since it has remained virtually unchanged for years.

Stay tuned for more post on plans, services and cell phones for seniors.

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