Monday, September 12, 2011

The Senior-Friendly Plans: AT&T's $25 Monthly GoPhone Plan

AT&T has announced a new affordable plan for its prepaid subscribers. But the question we have to explore in this post is: Is this plan suitable for senior citizens?

But before we discuss this plans' compatibility with the elderly, we should first provide details about this new plan. The $25 Monthly GoPhone Plan will be available on September. Click here to read to press release.

Subscribers to this plan will get 250 nationwide voice minutes and unlimited, nationwide messaging every 30 days. As its name suggests, the price for this offering is only $25 per month. A fee of 10 cents per minute will be charged to nationwide airtime over the 250 minutes.

The great thing about this plan is the fact that unused airtime minutes do not rollover. However, the minutes included in this plan may not be used for International calls.

So is this a good mobile phone plan for seniors? Well, I think it's a good alternative to AT&T's Senior 200 plan. It's cheaper by four bucks and offers 50 more nationwide voice minutes. This GoPhone plan is also prepaid so it's more flexible.

What do you think? Is the new $25 Monthly GoPhone Plan from AT&T a good mobile phone plan for the elderly? How does this plan compare with other offerings in the market? Share your thoughts in the comments.

Stay tuned for more features on cell phone plans for seniors and related topics. We'll also look at services and mobile phone for the elderly so check out this blog every week.

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