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AT&T's prepaid brand, AIO Wireless is already a pretty cheap alternative to the big post-paid carriers, but now the carrier is reducing the cost of plans, and adding more data to some of them. It gets even better, assuming you're okay with setting up recurring payments. 

2014-02-04 10_25_37-Cell Phone Plans and Features _ No Contract Cell Phone Plans with Unlimited Data

Aio has three main plans that now clock in at $40, $50, and $60 per month. The cheap plan hasn't changed in price, but it now has 500MB of data per month instead of 250MB. The $50 plan is $5 cheaper than it used to be and includes 2.5GB of data, which is a 500MB increase. The top plan is $10 cheaper, down from $70 per month. The 5GB data cap for this plan is unchanged.

In addition to the new prices, customers who set up auto pay will get an extra $5 knocked off the bill each month. All the plans have unlimited talk and text, and you simply get throttled down to 2G speeds when you run through your data cap. Not a bad deal for access to AT&T's LTE network.

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Ryan Whitwam
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  • Gregor Smith

    Not quite a data cap, the limits listed are for 4G LTE, you'll still get unlimited HSPA+ afterwards which can be more than enough

    • atlouiedog

      Thinking about getting my mom on this plan and where she lives the LTE speeds are only about 1 Mbps faster than HSPA+ anyway so that's good to know.

    • http://www.jaxidian.org/update teh Jax

      I thought it was unlimited 2G speeds after you hit the data cap, not HSPA+?

      • Gregor Smith

        Hmmm, I thought it was unlimited 3g once 4g was burned? And HSPA+ is really 3g

        • http://www.jaxidian.org/update teh Jax

          The article above states: "All the plans have unlimited talk and text, and you simply get throttled down to 2G speeds when you run through your data cap."

          There's also debate on whether HSPA+ can be called 3g or 4g (the rules changed on what "4g" meant that allowed it to be included), but I'm calling it 3g like you. ;-)

          • mikeym0p

            3.5g haha

      • Tora Mulligan

        It's "3G" speeds, but the census is that the throttled max speed is 250Kbps

        • http://www.jaxidian.org/update teh Jax

          I would very much call that 2G speeds on a 3G connection.

          Forgetting the technicalities of what we call it, I certainly wouldn't call that acceptable for a fallback speed, at least not for me.

          • Tora Mulligan

            Speaking from experience, I'm still able to stream music and check my e-mail and social media. It's a lot nicer than T-Mobile or MetroPCS's throttling.

          • http://www.jaxidian.org/update teh Jax

            That's good to know!!

            T-Mobile's throttling is supposedly 200kbps though when I was testing it on purpose, I only saw ~125kbps. It was on a HSPA+ connection.

          • YNWA

            LOL Still better than any Sprint 3G speed ever is.

  • Scott

    I wish they didn't have the "tops out at 8 Mb/s" term.

    • Gregor Smith

      Yes, bit of a bummer that, I'm on AT&T GoPhone so it'd be the same network and for $60 I only get 2GB, but with LTE i can reach 24mb down, 21 up

      Still tempting

      • Casey

        Have been with Aio here in Dallas for about six months now and all in all am very happy. On LTE I average between 8 and 9 Mbps down and around 6 to 8 up. Ping time is usually between 100 and 150 ms. I'm sometimes tempted to switch to AT&T prepaid or T-Mobile for the higher data speeds, but 8 Mbps down really isn't bad in everyday use and it's hard to beat $55 a month ... ever harder to beat the new $45 price! In a practical sense (streaming music, watching YouTube, email, web, etc.) I've found 8 Mbps very usable on a daily basis. I think having 25+ Mbps on LTE is more of a psychological thing; I get it! Trust me, I want that, too. I'm just not sure most people really NEED it.

        • mgfjd12

          I agree with you. More than 10 mb/s in a phone is a waste.

      • disqus_7zCKYC2BSD

        You get LTE on a gophone??

        • Gregor Smith

          Yeah, have done since May of last year

          • disqus_7zCKYC2BSD

            Really with what phone?

          • Gregor Smith

            Galaxy S4 GPE

          • disqus_7zCKYC2BSD

            Ok. thanks for the info!

          • John Smith

            Nexus 5 + AT&T GoPhone. LTE.

          • mckbulldog02@aol.com

            I just left A&T Go phone after using the iPhone 5S, I got LTE everywhere here in Ohio, but switched to Aio to get more data then 2GB

      • YNWA

        Does the $60 include taxes and fees, or no?

        • anonymous

          yes it includes all taxes and fees

    • http://the-jade-domain.com Jaime J. Denizard

      What's worse is that if you have a HSPA+-only phone, the speed is actually capped at 4Mbps. For all those Nexus 4 users like me, that kinda sucks. Check it out, second paragraph:
      http://www.aiowireless.com/legal-info/Data-Speeds.html

      • YNWA

        Yeah, the 8Mbps was ok, but 4 is pretty lame. So it looks like my Moto G on AIO idea isn't as great as it was before i know of the limit on non-LTE phones.

        • landmarkcm

          I just ordered the moto G directly from aio now that it's avail. I have done my homework & hopefully I don't think it should be a problem. I am running one now on Tmobile and speed tests have only been showing 1mbps sometimes and everything still works just fine videos and all.. Figured I'd save at least 10 bucks or bit more per month & try out aio..

  • Cody S.

    Heck yes. I ditched Verizon when my contract finally was up in December and decided to go with Aio in the interim because they were offering buy 2 months get third free if you bring your own device. With my Nexus 5 this was an easy choice. I had the intention to pick whoever was cheapest after this deal ran up as I had ported my number to Google Voice. Now they may very well be the best choice for me. I have thoroughly enjoyed their service and ease of use.

    • Scott

      Porting my number to Google Voice scares me now... not sure what may happen to the service. Probably not doing it because I'd be risking my phone number.

      • br_hermon

        I hate possibly agreeing with you, but I have that same pit in my stomach that you could be right.

        • skeeterfood

          And the issues with text messages from things like 2-factor authentication for banking sites is a pain with Google Voice too.

      • rap

        Google doesn't usually disable it service without adequate notice. I use Airvoice. If Google voice drops, I'll port my Google voice # to Airvoice although I might have to get a sim..

    • Jimas

      Same here! Ditched Verizon and got the Nexus 5!

    • MustWarnOthers

      How do you like the service overall? I'm currently on Sprint and I'm lucky if I get 200kbpbs on a good day with their 3G. I can't stream music, I can't load webpages so the phone might as well be WiFi only.

      I'm not really concerned about the throttling. What exactly are people doing on their mobile devices that requires 20Mb down? Surely loading pages and streaming music it would have a negligible difference.

  • dontsh00tmesanta

    What? Pro was 7gb

    • Zikaeroh

      That's what I thought. I keep a spreadsheet comparing all of the prepaids (can't wait to leave Verizon) and I had it as 7GB.

      Still, $55 for 5GB on LTE isn't bad at all.

      • blairh

        They call it LTE but it's capped at 8 mbps. Which is fine, but that's basically half the speed of what I average with HSPA+ on AT&T.

        • timrcm

          Yeahhhh... you don't get 16mbps with AT&T's HSPA+.

      • Javier Vazquez

        Care to share that spreadsheet please?

    • Js__

      Yeah thats somewhat disappointing, Id pay $70 for 7Gb when I need it. Wonder why they removed it.

      • dontsh00tmesanta

        It's att ya know can't give too much to the consumer

    • Sqube

      Rather pay $70 for 7GB than pay $60 for 5GB.

      This only seems like an oddly anti-consumer move until you realize that AIO is wholly owned by AT&T. Then it makes perfect sense.

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      • YNWA

        Pay $10 more for another GB of data. 6 GB for $70 isn't that much less. The lowering of prices of the other plans makes up for this in my opinion.

    • monkey082506

      Via my current AIO chat with Ale from AIO, if you have the old plan of 7GB, you can keep it. The new 5GB is only for new customers, along with the AutoPay discount, which sucks, but 2 GBS is worth $10 to me so I'm keeping my 7GB.

      • Ryuuie

        You can actually switch over to the new plans at any time to get the discount (or, if you're on the old Smart, boost yourself to the new Pro and pay the same price for 3GB more of data).

        I did the latter, it's nice to have basically unlimited data because I've never used 2GB before. :v Even on Sprint I never used more than 1GB.

    • RyanWhitwam

      Interesting. Their PR skipped over that change. ಠ_ಠ

  • htowngtr

    Isn't the LTE throttled as well though? I thought it was capped at 8mb speed.

  • steelew

    Straight talk is $46 including tax with a 2.5 GB 4G LTE limit then throttled till the next month. Still cheaper and uses the same network, why does AT&T screw themselves like this?

    • Scott

      Well I have straight talk and something's up. For some reason data just randomly stops working for 15-20 seconds and then starts again. Not sure if it's a straight talk issue or an ATT issue. Wondering if AIO wouldn't do that.

      • br_hermon

        I MAY have had this issue recently. I was out shopping and trying to edit a Google Doc and every time I powered my screen on, it told me I had no data connection. I had to either leave the app and go back or wait until data was recognized. Could be a Google Drive issue. How have you noticed the connection issues?

      • runderekrun

        You have to understand with ST you are lowest rung on the AT&T data pyramid. AT&T contract customers get first dibs, then their Prepaid, and if there is any left it goes to ST.

        • Scott

          Is there any proof to that though?

          • runderekrun

            Yeah. Check ping test between post-paid vs pre-paid services like ST and AIO. AIO and ST run through a proxy instead of right to AT&T's servers.

          • br_hermon

            FWIW, My avg ping over the past 3 weeks on Straight Talk (ATT) is 170. I've never gone over 250.

          • Scott

            Is it a back end proxy? I don't specify a proxy in the APN for straight talk.

          • Casey

            I can back this up. I have a friend on ST with the exact same phone I have using Aio and his ping times are MUCH slower. Even though Aio's LTE is "throttled" to 8 Mbps, I still often see it peak as high as 10 or 11 Mbps on the downside and as I mentioned in my comment above, for everyday use on a mobile device, I've found 8-10 Mbps very capable.

      • Josh P.

        Unless your phone is showing No data connection, This is most likely ping speeds. ST is the slowest ping speeds around. Verizon 4g in my area is about 20-30ms ping and my ST is anywhere from 400-1500ms. Aio doesn't provide much better. As others stated... you are last in line when you ping out to the towers.

      • Fire Ball

        Pretty sure I had this problem too when I was testing ST. My phone wouldn't tell me anything was wrong but things would randomly take forever to load and then all of a sudden load completely really fast.

    • Tora Mulligan

      If you sign up for Auto Pay with Aio, then it becomes $45/month, tax included.

      Then their refer-a-friend program can make your bill virtually free for a few months if you had enough people also sign up.

    • br_hermon

      I've straight talk for just 1 month and this looks interesting to me. ST's customer service has simply been "ok" for me. I question whether or not my data has been throttled even though I've barely listened to any Google Play Music and I'm no where near my 2.5gb (ST is well known for being pretty erratic with its throttling practices). Plus with AIO you're working directly with AT&T (basically) not an MVNO. Do the auto payment and the price is a wash. I might go this route if ST proves itself substandard.

    • skeeterfood

      Ends up more like $49 with tax for me, but still loving my Straight Talk.

    • RH

      Yeah, about 49, I still use my Note1, so LTE doesn't bother me not having it.
      I've saved OVER 1000 in the first year with ST

    • Frank Beans

      The 2.5GB plan with AIO is now only $45 if you use auto-pay (that includes all taxes and such). So, this is clearly superior.

  • t

    republic wireless paired with bank of america better balance credit card...if you have decent sprint service in you're area

  • Jeff Pleshek

    What the hell is the point of LTE when it's capped at 8 Mbps? What a waste, would've switched from T-Mobile for this

    • duse

      The point of LTE is getting consistently good speeds in more places instead of 8 Mbps best case scenario but 2-3 or less more of the time like with 3G. What activities do you do you on your phone where you will notice 15 Mbps vs 8? Do people just drive around looking at Speedtest all the time instead of just using the phone?

  • chris125

    Will definitely be looking into prepaid once my contract with Verizon is up. They have better coverage than tmo so this is a pretty good deal. The $5 off a month is nice too!

  • Drew

    Can you use these data buckets to tether.... Do they allow it?

    • RH

      I've tethered for over a year on ST, but I'm nice about it. I don't download anything, just check email, a couple websites for remote work purposes. Browser on the phone is set to default to desktop sites, not mobile. I might use tethering 2-3 times a month.

  • Mystery Man

    What happened with Magenta lawsuit?

  • John Smith

    beware. AIO and Straight Talk make you go through a PROXY. AT&T GoPhone is on par with post paid.

    • runderekrun

      I have random drop outs in data with ST and was hoping AIO would be higher on the "rung of data" then ST. You have any experience with this?

      • Ryuuie

        I have experience with both ST and AIO and I have no drops or slow downs. Also, data IS faster.

      • John Smith

        GoPhone customers ( since june 2013) are treated on par with postpaid at&t customers - they use the same apn settings. I specifically asked at&t tech support and was told that go phone customers are now on the same n/w as postpaid. This means that they should in theory have same access to roaming ( as long as the phone also supports roaming partner frequencies).

        Yeah, Aio customers have to go through a proxy. There's a youtube video where a guy does a speedtest with an AT&T sim (i don't remember if it was gophone or contract sim), and has a ping in the 60's. He pops in Aio sim, and ping goes into the 200s.

        GoPhone doesn't throttle your data speeds. 8mb/s is about the average HSPA+ speeds for AT&T in some areas. Their LTE is much faster, maybe more than twice or three times that.

        • Ryuuie

          There is no proxy. I just checked APN settings and I'm not on one.

          • John Smith

            proxy.aiowireless.net

          • Ryuuie

            As I said above (and as previously mentioned) that APN is for MMS, not data.

            If it was for data, it'd be under "Proxy" after "APN". What you posted is located under "MMS Proxy".

            You know nothing of AIO or its practices, you only know what you've read on mislead websites.

    • http://www.androidpolice.com/ Shawn De Cesari

      False. I have a Moto G GPE running on Aio at the moment and the APN settings do not include any proxy other than MMS (which every carrier has).

      • John Smith

        proxy.aiowireless.net...........

        • Ryuuie

          Read my last two posts to see why you are 100% wrong.

          • John Smith

            Aio is throttled. Compare your speeds and ping vs AT&T proper.

          • Ryuuie

            I have. There is literally no difference between the two. I went direct to the AT&T store and did tests and it's the exact same.

            I'm pretty sure you've never used AIO so...yeah. No need to continue this conversation.

        • http://www.androidpolice.com/ Shawn De Cesari

          That is the MMS proxy. That's not a web proxy. There is not a US carrier in existence that doesn't use an MMS proxy. Have you ever actually used Aio? It doesn't sound like it.

  • RH

    Add another 10-20 dollars to each plan, for the "fees" you know ;)

    • Ryuuie

      There are no fees. I pay a flat $55 every month, I'm about to call them though and see what's up with the new pricing and plans.

      • nxtiak

        I think he meant taxes, regulatory fees, 911 fee, etc.

        • Ryuuie

          Nope. It's included in the payment.

          • nxtiak

            Oh wow:

            "Simple Pricing
            No games - monthly prices include all taxes and fees"

            That's cool.

  • nxtiak

    I Switched from T-Mobile to AT&T because T-Mobile's coverage and speed sucks in my area. (Switched last Summer). (Using Nexus 5)
    I want this AIO but I'm under contract :(
    Wait a minute, high speed with AIO is only 8MBPS.. yuck.

    • duse

      What's wrong with 8 Mbps honestly? It makes no difference unless you measure your cell service by the numbers Speedtest shows you. In practice in means nothing. 4-5 Mbps will stream HD video just fine. I can't understand why people choose to pay double to get 15-20 Mbps instead of 8-10.

  • Joshua Cluelow

    ...Welp, there goes that idea. I was gonna go for that 7GB/$70/mo plan, buuuut...

  • John Smith

    GoPhone customers ( since june 2013) are treated on par with postpaid at&t customers - they use the same apn settings. I specifically asked at&t tech support and was told that go phone customers are now on the same n/w as postpaid. This means that they should in theory have same access to roaming ( as long as the phone also supports roaming partner frequencies).

    Yeah, Aio customers have to go through a proxy. There's a youtube video where a guy does a speedtest with an AT&T sim (i don't remember if it was gophone or contract sim), and has a ping in the 60's. He pops in Aio sim, and ping goes into the 200s.

    GoPhone doesn't throttle your data speeds. 8mb/s is about the average HSPA+ speeds for AT&T in some areas. Their LTE is much faster, maybe more than twice or three times that....

    • Ryuuie

      There is no proxy.

      • John Smith

        proxy.aiowireless.net

        • Ryuuie

          Ok, and? That's for MMS, NOT data.

          If it was for data, it would be under the Proxy section under APN. You know nothing about AIO and are just parroting what you've heard on misleaded websites and videos.

  • Ryuuie

    Alright, I just got off the phone with AIO. I DUN LURNED SOME STUFF.

    -Yes, AIO does have nanoSIMs, you can go to an AIO store or call them to have one mailed. I was specifically asked about the Moto X so you CAN get one, no need to go cutting one.

    -You must call in (or do it online or over chat) and switch to the new plans. If you are already on an old plan with Auto Pay, you can still receive the $5-off if you call in and switch to the new plan that's comparable to your old (Smart to Smart, Pro to Pro, Basic to Basic).

    -If you are on an old $70/mo for 7GB Pro Plan, you DO GET TO KEEP YOUR 7GB/MO.

    -If you are on the old Smart Plan, you can switch to the new Pro, and get $5 off with AutoPay and pay $55 again but get 3GB more data. I just did that. If you don't like paying the same price, you can always downgrade to the new Smart.

  • duse

    "Not a bad deal for access to AT&T's LTE network."

    Understatement of the year. Not that these deals are rivaling European prices yet, but compared to US postpaid, it's an amazing value. Literally half the price or less and you get LTE access, plenty of data, and just slightly higher pings. Compare this to where prepaid was just a few years ago. Unsubsidized phones are also the smart way forward for consumers and should bring phone prices down and create real competition. Get a Nexus 5 with this plan, Straight Talk, or T-Mobile. Wouldn't even touch anything postpaid or contract unless it was for a family of 4+.

    • Ryuuie

      What are you talking about? AIO isn't postpaid or contract.

      • duse

        Never said it was. I said "get AIO, ST, or T-Mo." Then said "I wouldn't touch postpaid..."

        • Ryuuie

          Oh. :v Sorry. Misread!

          • duse

            No problem!

  • topgun966

    I tried AIO for a week ... regretted it. In Chicago, Tmo's LTE is pretty mature. Get between 10-40 Mbps vs AIO capped at 8. Also, pings on tmo where steady in the 15-30 range and AIO was never less than 150. AIO had worse indoor coverage in the city. Just another ATT rip off.

    • Ryuuie

      It's not a rip off if it doesn't work for you. It just means T-Mobile is better for your area.

  • Eric Vaughan

    I still think the $30 T-Mobile plan is a better deal. At least it is if you don't talk a ton on the phone. 100 minutes is normally enough, and when it isn't, adding an extra $10-15 each month is a nice option.

  • mikeym0p

    So close Aio! Make the lowest price option 2.5gb and I might consider it instead of the T-Mo 30.

  • mckbulldog02@aol.com

    I just activated my service today, on the $70 plan, so i assume i will remain on that plan. Good thing i placed my order on 2-1-14, i can still be locked into that plan

  • http://the-jade-domain.com Jaime J. Denizard

    Someone in the comments mentioned that the prices listed above included taxes and fees. That actually sounded really enticing so I decided to do some math to see if switching from my TMo family plan to Aio was worth it.

    With TMo I have 3 lines, the main line is 2.5GBs and the other two are 500MB and I pay ~$122-125 (can't remember right now). If you consider that I'd be getting 3 separate Aio plans, I would be getting 3 separate $5 discounts for AutoPay. My total would then come out to be $115/mo, which would save me at least $120 a year when compared to TMo. Sounds good to me! Also, they don't charge activation fees if you activate online and their microSIMs are only $9.99.

    Sadly, after some more research, I found out that Aio caps HSPA+ at 4Mbps. My family has Nexus 4s so no LTE. I was willing to try and see if 8Mbps was sufficient but 4Mbps is just too slow for me. Looks like I won't be switching to Aio afterall. :-

    For those curious where I found that tidbit of information on the HSPA+ speedcap:
    http://www.aiowireless.com/legal-info/Data-Speeds.html

  • Timothy Vreeland

    When you get dropped to 2g speeds is this on the 2g network? I have Tmobile and after I pass my data cap I get throttled to 2g speeds, but I'm still on the 4g network. My phone still shows me using my LTE or 4g antenna. The reason I ask is because I heard things like Google Maps GPS wont work on the 2g antenna.

    • redscott

      I have the 2.5 gb with iPhone 4 IOS 7 and there is a lag when using Google Maps GPS. For example if you are not moving it works but if you are driving the map indicates your current position as about a 100 ft off. So it's useless. (ie, You are on the freeway but navigation thinks you are trying to get on the freeway so it keeps telling you take the next on ramp.)

  • rickneworleansla

    But what will happen to AIO wireless once they merge with Cricket wireless after the merger between AT&T and Leap wireless which owns Cricket wireless. AIO is gsm and cricket is cdma.

  • steelew

    Can anyone confirm the actual price when the bill comes? ie taxes and whatever else.

    • http://the-jade-domain.com Jaime J. Denizard

      I can't confirm it unfortunately but from what I've read the price that you see advertised includes taxes and fees.

  • phillbr81

    Stay away... misinformation is the way they do business, extreme lack of respect for the customer. I have family that every so often comes from out of the country and need a phone. I already have a Ting account that works perfectly, bills are usually around $20, but I decided to get a sim kit from AIO for a friend that wanted to use his iphone. The AIO website is terrible could not complete a purchase, charges showed on my card but order did not go through, order cannot be placed over the phone. I had my wife go to a store to buy the card, sales rep at the store did not allow her to choose the $40 plan, she insisted that is what she wanted, and rep refused said Iphones only worked with $50 plan.

    I called customer service to have them revert the charge, phone rep said the same thing, iphones need the $50 plan, I insisted that I wanted the $40 plan, rep asked for a minute and put me on hold to check, after a few minutes he came back and said that I could use the $40 plan but was not recommended because a smartphone uses too much data, I insisted it was enough so he relented and said he would change my plan and credit $10 for next month. I asked for a supervisor, after 20mins on hold , the supervisor came on and said that he could enroll me in the automatic charge so I could get more speed and a $5 discount and this was a great deal.

    I insisted i did not want automatic recharge, I would on use the phone for a month, he said that he apologized for my inconvenience but he could not revert the charge. After some back and forth, he said there was no one that he could escalate to and the best he could do was the $5 after enrolling on the auto charge. Seeing I was going nowhere I am stuck with the charge.. but I will post my story everywhere I can so people know what kind of company AIO wireless is, they are OK outright lying to the customer and refuse to correct their mistake.

    At $50 a month even regular T-mobile plans are a good option.