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AT&T GoPhone UNLIMITED VS Cricket UNLIMITED Plans – Explained!

06 Jan AT&T GoPhone UNLIMITED VS Cricket UNLIMITED Plans – Explained!



Today, we’re talking UNLIMITED! More specifically, AT&T’s GoPhone NEW Unlimited data plan vs Cricket’s NEW Unlimited data plan. AT&T shocks the hell out of everyone by going and adding Unlimited data as an option to it’s GoPhone plan. Today, I break down the differences in both features and price while talking specifically about what you want to know! Positives.. negatives and everything in between.. Watch and see, all to help you make an informed decision.

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36 Comments
  • Eddie Blotnicki III
    Posted at 23:59h, 06 January

    Which carrier do YOU GUYS think "is the better deal"?

  • DJohn NineOneSix
    Posted at 23:59h, 06 January

    Yeah you right at&t LTE is running on band 2,4,5,17 I haven't seen band 5 on California but some of the newer cricket wireless phones do not support LTE band 17 but they connect to band 12 instead so that's going to help with congestion.
    so yeah at&t's LTE is running on band 2,4,5,12&17.
    I being on Cricket Wireless since AT&T bought it and it is awesome.
    I have the $60 everything unlimited and I can play 1440p on my Nexus 6 XT1103

  • Jonathan Thongchanh
    Posted at 23:59h, 06 January

    I just switch from T-Mobile $45 for 4gb tired using it and I've tried att and tmobile unlimited data plan and I'm currently on cricket now since I was ok tmobile

  • Steven dorby
    Posted at 23:59h, 06 January

    Now is there a work around for personal hotspot on the Unlimited plan?

  • TJ Russell
    Posted at 23:59h, 06 January

    i love cricket i use to be on metropcs but cricket is better

  • mikeakaspike
    Posted at 23:59h, 06 January

    That's why you buy an international phone with a built in hotspot that works anyawys. (Huawei Ascend Mate 2 verified on cricket)

  • Steven dorby
    Posted at 23:59h, 06 January

    Does cricket have hotspot with the unlimited plan?

  • Steven dorby
    Posted at 23:59h, 06 January

    Do you know if there is a Personal Hotspot workaround for the At&t go phone unlimited plan?

  • Colin Stienke
    Posted at 23:59h, 06 January

    T-mobile is way too much at 70.00 per line . MetroPcs uses the same service and its 50.00 . I called an asked why its more money and they sayes because T-mobile customers come first on the data then MetroPcs come after . So 20 bucks more for that i pass

  • Colin Stienke
    Posted at 23:59h, 06 January

    metropcs 50.00

  • vorkev1
    Posted at 23:59h, 06 January

    I am switching and would like to no more about coverage. I say this for the fact I never see videos on it and never get a true coverage map. The big concern I have is will cricket be like go phone and straight talk att. see many people say its the same may but I found out one year when I was traveling up in Wisconsin that its not the same I hade troubles getting reception all over and no reception at camp while the people nex to me with att got reception. at the time I hade straight talk att I called them told them of this and they told me that the people must not have had att they lied but I no they did not I seen the proof. I got pissed and went and got a att prepaid phone at the store then tried it and found the same thing no signal called att they sed well its the phone well it was not. after calling around and tracking down the tower and calling up the number for the service depo for the tower I was told most prepaid phone services will not work 10% of the towers in the us they do this in places wear their is higher cost and wear they have little prepaid users and more post paid and when they have less bandwith on the tower. I called straight talk and asked them of this they transferred me around and finley a tech told me the same thing but sed att should not be blocking them tho and I should call them witch I did and they sed I was told wrong and they have no coverage their. so the thing I want to no is when I go back is it going to be the same thing with cricket or will I have coverage on the post pain only towers.

  • Brian Jr
    Posted at 23:59h, 06 January

    You're better off with T-Mobile or MetroPCS if you're looking for an affordable plan that's unlimited and not throttled when it comes to speed's or Verizon's unlimited is the best

  • Brian Jr
    Posted at 23:59h, 06 January

    I had the AT&T unlimited plan on golfing for one day the service was good but for downloading apps and streaming it was awful and I live in Harlem and I spend a lot of time uptown Washington Heights is just as bad as cricket because with downloads very slow it could take minutes for you to download an app

  • carlo gonzalez
    Posted at 23:59h, 06 January

    iv got at&t gophone $60 plan…i just hate all the congestion….but, the way corporate explained sounds like its the same way as the $45 as far as the speeds slow down once the data allotment is used up…been debating on going to another carrier….

  • Jaime M Chucari
    Posted at 23:59h, 06 January

    cricket is owned by att, go phone and cricket almost the same, difference cricket is cheaper

  • Versaceking
    Posted at 23:59h, 06 January

    Damm, how the hell do you even use 22gb in a month smh. The most I've use is 6 and the rest on wifi.

  • First-Knight23
    Posted at 23:59h, 06 January

    I have Simple and each month I use 95Gb and I use 720p YouTube videos everyday and I see no slowness or nothing I'm happy with simple mobile and I pay $60 each month

  • Santos S
    Posted at 23:59h, 06 January

    the reason they charge $3 in store bill pay charge is because the workers there are hourly n commission paid meaning that if they sell a phone they make extra money on top of there hourly pay but if u walk in to pay ur bill the worker makes $3 dollars for helping u.

  • Steven dorby
    Posted at 23:59h, 06 January

    At&t sucks for capping speeds on an unlimited plan. I currently have Go Phone here in Houston on my iPhone 6s and my speeds are never throttled. I think Verizon prepaid might have them beat because they don't throttle their speeds. you should do a video on Verizon prepaid vs At&T Go Phone. But in reference to at&t and Cricket i got to say that cricket has them beat.

  • Andrew Addison
    Posted at 23:59h, 06 January

    Correction on your part there. T-Mobiles-MetroPCS Nation, too has all of their taxes and fees included within each pricing plan(especially T-Mobiles MetroPCS always including the whole Taxes and Fees features since year 2010 that time). Now Cricket will soon start charging people a flat rate of 3 Dollars in-store convenience fee throughout all of Cricket Wireless stores once April 23rd of next month starts to get here that time there Brother.

  • Christopher Liguez
    Posted at 23:59h, 06 January

    check my channel for a quick review of this plan ?

  • Jamar Hotep™
    Posted at 23:59h, 06 January

    I am a heavy user of data with Cricket Wireless and during a download on a game console I received speeds from 4mbs to 400kps back and forth after deprioritization.

  • Scott Montgomery
    Posted at 23:59h, 06 January

    I've used about 30Gb with cricket on my unlimited plan & honestly I haven't noticed any difference with my data speed

  • Steven Nunez
    Posted at 23:59h, 06 January

    Hi Eddie, I've been with AT&T gophone for several years now and am considering the switch to cricket, as my understanding is that AT&T gophone and cricket are identical (coverage wise). Have you by chance heard of any "phone call" depriortization? I've seen some contradictory information out there, where some forums will claim that postpaid and gophone will have priority over cricket with phone calls as well, and other information stating that is incorrect. Your thoughts/input?

  • JOSHUA'S TECHADDICTION
    Posted at 23:59h, 06 January

    Nice video maybe we can do a google hangout or skype talking about the plans together

  • Tamzz R
    Posted at 23:59h, 06 January

    I have cricket n have had the $30/mo 1gb plan. It works for me although I never use the data. I'm looking into Ting as an alternative. They don't have plans but rather u pay for what u use

  • jrivera345
    Posted at 23:59h, 06 January

    Its 3mbps. Ive spoken to several cricket reps.

  • Chippy The Chipmunk
    Posted at 23:59h, 06 January

    hello, i am using an old LG "dumb phone" w/Verizon… it's the 2nd line on our plan… wife has the other line… she uses a smart phone (Galaxy S4) & it's old & not enough RAM… she wants to upgrade… and maybe stay w/verizon since most of her contacts also have verizon so she can call them w/out using up her minutes.
    problems:
    1) we don't keep "up to speed" on all the latest phones, carriers, plans, etc.
    2) bill is too high for the limited amount we use.
    3) her phone mostly uses our wifi at home so she doesn't even use 1GB per mo.

    HELP!!! WHAT SHOULD WE DO?

    should i dump my dumb phone for a pay as you go smart phone? if so.. which phone? which carrier? which plan?
    also.. i'd like to be able to keep my current #.

  • stacey byerly
    Posted at 23:59h, 06 January

    I have been deprioritized by Verizon the speeds are the same most of the time it's still usable

  • RACE A.T
    Posted at 23:59h, 06 January

    Cricket offers more for less so that would be a no brainer for me… As far as there soft cap of 22GB & speeds being 3 mbps i doubt that since 4G speeds are capped at 4 mbps. I think they straight up lied to you bro. Good video though ?

  • Lawrence Holman
    Posted at 23:59h, 06 January

    To add to my other comment, hotspot is still available on GoPhone. It's probably only prohibited on the unlimited plan

  • Lawrence Holman
    Posted at 23:59h, 06 January

    I went to GoPhone the other day with the $45 plan. That rep was just giving you average speeds. You can still get top AT&T speeds. My first speedtest after switching I had 60 Mbps download

  • Feelz The Don
    Posted at 23:59h, 06 January

    Go Phone's 45 dollar plan (40 with autopsy) at 6 gb of lte if uncapped speeds we oils be better value then either Metro PCS at 3gb lte and Cricket at 3gb capped speeds.

  • bigbudha168
    Posted at 23:59h, 06 January

    i think 165k is the throttle

  • derek peters
    Posted at 23:59h, 06 January

    I love AT&T's GoPhones, they just added StreamSaver too!

  • bodyguard856
    Posted at 23:59h, 06 January

    AT&T GoPhone plans, Taxes ARE included now? I've had
    GoPhone plans in the past and they've always charges tax, even when using AutoPay.