AT&T has a new Infinity Max plan with 5G prepaid, and is available at Walmart for $45/month. The device comes with 5G unlimited data, unlimited communications and textures, 100GB of cloud storage, HD streaming, and 10GB of data available when using a mobile phone as a hot spot.
AT&T’s lowest 5G unlimited plan available outside of Walmart (which doesn’t even come with HD) will cost you $65/month. While Walmart only allows Unlimited Max designs for HD delivery, it flows into the standard definition by default. You can stream in HD by converting the Stream Saver (which plays in 480p to data saved mode) on the AT&T site, or by calling 611. For comparison, unlimited number of 5G devices are hard pressed, such as Metro by T-Mobile $50/month plan, $40 mobile device / month plan (over three months), plan Cricket $55/month, and visible through Verizon $40 / month plan all not with the option to stream in HD.
AT&T also offers other plans at a discount, if it is activated at Walmart. This includes their 15GB plan for $35/month for $40, and a 5GB plan for $25/month for $30. The company notes that customers who qualify for the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) can pay up to $30 of their AT&T prepaid plan, making it a free 5GB plan if support is applied.
In addition, the carrier also offers phones prepaid at a discount, including the Motorola Moto G Pure for $19 (compared to $69), Samsung Galaxy A03s for $29 (compared to $79), Samsung Galaxy A12 for $69 (compared to $119), and iPhone SE for $149 (compared to $249 and the iPhone 11 for $299 (up to $399). Discounted prices for the iPhone SE and iPhone 11 require customers to move into Walmart’s Max Infinity Plan, while other discounts are valid when customers call up any monthly AT&T plan prepared in Walmart.
AT&T also has three 5G devices available at Walmart, but not with discounts: AT&T Radiant Max 5G ($149), Motorola One 5G Ace (1999), and Samsung Galaxy A13 5G (199).