Speed test: Cheap cell phone plan that runs on AT&T’s networkThe Atlanta Journal-Constitution #Red_PocketNovember 30, 2018
Red Pocket Mobile is a low-cost wireless provider that relies on the networks of Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint to provide cheap phone plans!
For example, if you have service with AT&T and want to switch to Red Pocket, you would choose the GSMA network because that’s the one that uses AT&T.
I signed up for Red Pocket Mobile with an unlocked Moto G6 phone and chose the GSMA network, which relies on AT&T’s towers.
In the meantime, I’ve already started to use the service and test the network’s speed.
That’s plenty fast!
You’ll have no trouble streaming video and browsing the web.
No matter what network you choose, Red Pocket Mobile says 4G LTE is available on all of them.
Red Pocket Mobile’s 30-day prepaid plans start at $10, but I got the $30 plan that includes 5GB of high-speed data before being slowed to 2G speeds.
Although I’m not prepared to share my full review of Red Pocket Mobile yet, I would suggest that you try out a monthly plan before purchasing an annual plan to make sure you like the service.
Let me know your experience in the comments below!
mcgregorsteve78 3 months ago good article, yet interested why you would choose a company that makes you use wifi as best deal for $25 with 2GB. I fired Repbblic because I was sick of the wifi goofiness. I found twigby and it is the same price AND I get to use Verizon and Sprint combined. I don’t think any of these carriers let you do that. I dont know about your scoring, but Coverage is a big deal to me. Just thought I wo…