Coming to Walmart on June 5th, is the Samsung Galaxy Appeal is a QWERTY Android phone using the prepaid GoPhone service for $149.99.
The Samsung Galaxy Appeal features Android 2.3 (Gingerbread), 3.2-inch touchscreen 3MP camera with 3x zoom, 800MHz processor, microSD card slot.
For green fans, the Samsung Galaxy Appeal's plastic parts are made of 80-percent recycled material and the phone ships with reduced packaging material compared to other Samsung devices, cutting back on paper usage.
AT&T's prepaid data plans: 1GB for $25 per month 200MB for $15 per month 50MB for $5 per month All data packages are available on the $50 Unlimited Talk & Text nationwide plan for GoPhone smartphones and the $25 Unlimited Text with 250 minutes nationwide GoPhone plan. It also includes unlimited Wi-Fi usage at thousands of AT&T Wi-Fi hotspots from your smartphone.
WiMo News Did Not Know That FACT:
If you ask at an AT&T store if you can use a GoPhone SIM with a Smartphone they will sell you the full monthly plans. The GoPhone website states "Pay per use data/web is not available for Smartphones."
However, it you have a simple GoPhone already with a 3G SIM, you can put the SIM in an Android smartphone and be charged for data at once cent for 5K rate which is very expensive. Be sure to turn off cellular data the minute the put the SIM in the Android phone. One search for Starbucks cost $18, while using it on Wi-Fi the Android web browsing worked fine when connected, it even connects well at Starbucks, once we found it.
Note the smartphone itself to buy was very expensive because it was not subsidized from AT&T. This option is probably best for those who use the Android phone as a secondary phone and don't use it very much. If you ask AT&T they will tell you that you have to buy a smartphone plan.