AT&T has introduced a 5G plan that is only available at Walmart, the Verge reported. The new Unlimited Max prepaid plan costs USD 45 and includes unlimited 5G data, unlimited talk and text, 100 GB of cloud storage, HD streaming, and 10 GB of available data when using the phone as a mobile hot spot. AT&T’s lowest-priced unlimited 5G plan, aside from the Walmart plan, costs USD 65 per month. 

Other AT&T prepaid plans are also available at Walmart at a discount. This includes the 15 GB deal for USD 35 per month instead of 40, and the 5GB plan for USD 25 per month instead of 30. Customers who qualify for the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) can use up to USD 30 of their subsidy to pay for AT&T’s prepaid plan, making the 5GB plan free if the subsidy is applied.

Customers signing up to subscriptions at Walmart will also be able to get prepaid phones for less. The Motorola Moto G Pure will be available for USD 19 instead of 69, the Samsung Galaxy A03s will go for USD 29 instead of 79, the Samsung Galaxy A12 will cost USD 69 instead of 119, the iPhone SE will be priced at USD 149 instead of 249, and the iPhone 11 will go for USD 299 instead of 399. The discounted prices for the iPhone SE and iPhone 11 will come with the Unlimited Max plan, while the rest of the discounts will apply to all deals.

AT&T sells three 5G devices at Walmart without any discount, namely the AT&T Radiant Max 5G (USD 149), the Motorola One 5G Ace (USD 199), and the Samsung Galaxy A13 5G (USD 199).

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