Looking for Holiday Gifts for Seniors or Kids? Check Out Phone Deals from AT&T PREPAID

While my guess would be that almost anyone would love to get a new phone for the holidays, phones setup on a prepaid plan make especially great gifts for the special seniors and kids in your life.

AT&T PREPAID phone plans offer affordability

AT&T PREPAID phones plans can be very affordable. You can now get the AT&T PREPAID Unlimited Plus plan at $50/month1 – AT&T’s lowest price ever for this plan.  This prepaid plan comes with 5G access2, 10GB mobile hotspot data, HD video capabilities3 and use in Canada and Mexico.

Why affordability is great for seniors

While some seniors are huge tech fans and want all of the bells and whistles of the latest phones, many seniors don’t rely as much on cellphones as younger generations. If your loved one is this way, it’s possible they see affordability and simplicity as their highest priorities. This could make a prepaid phone plan a good fit.

Why affordability is great for kids

Deciding to get your kid a phone is a big decision. There are a lot of factors to consider, including cost, parental controls, and safety. Some parents want a way to reach their kids if they need to, but they don’t want to pay for an expensive plan or for their kids to have access to every possible feature just yet.

That said, if you are shopping for an older child or teen who uses their smartphone for entertainment, like streaming videos or gaming, you might want to consider a 5G capable phone and a 5G PREPAID phone plan, like AT&T Unlimted Plus.2

AT&T PREPAID phone plans offer flexibility

Flexibility is another big benefit of an AT&T PREPAID plan. Unlike some traditional post-paid wireless plans, AT&T PREPAID offers the flexibility to pay-as-you-go on a monthly basis or even sign up for a multi-month plan to save more in the long run.

Why flexibility is great for seniors

While this kind of flexibility is nice for all customers, it’s especially appealing to seniors. For example, ten months of the year my grandma mostly uses her computer for the internet and her landline for phone calls. During the holiday season, however, she uses her smartphone a lot. It’s the only time of year she’s taking video calls with family and friends often, preparing for Christmas dinner and handling her holiday shopping online. Buying a single month of the AT&T Unlimited Plus plan would be a great gift for someone like my grandma. It allows customers to enjoy a month of heavy usage without committing to a multi-month plan or annual contract.

Why flexibility is great for kids

Flexible phone plans are also great for kids because their lives often change during the year. For example, many parents want their kids to be able to stay in touch while they’re away at school, but they don’t want their kids to be on the phone too often throughout the summer. AT&T PREPAID plans offer that kind of flexibility. In this case, paying upfront for a 3-month plan may fit your child’s needs.

Find great deals on smartphones with prepaid phone plans

If you’ve decided your loved one would appreciate a phone this holiday season, it’s time to find a device that they are going to enjoy! AT&T is running several great deals on smartphones from some top brands when you sign up for a prepaid phone plan. Check out these deals for yourself,  and be sure to pick out some nice accessories to go with your loved one’s new phone.

This article is AT&T sponsored content written by Matt Johnsen, a TechBuzz contributor and AT&T employee. The statements in this article are his own and don’t necessarily represent the positions, strategies, or opinions of AT&T

.1 Price after $25 Autopay discount. Taxes extra.

2 AT&T 5G req’s compatible plan & device. 5G not available everywhere. Go to att.com/5Gforyou for details.

3HD quality when available with Stream Saver turned off. See att.com/streamsaver for details. Standard-definition quality plays at 480p (DVD quality; limited to maximum of 1.5Mbps).­ See att.com/broadbandinfo for details of AT&T network management policies.

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