As you may know, Amazon Wireless has many phones available for much cheaper than you would be able to find at a wireless shop, or even at your carrier’s website.
Some of my family wanting to upgrade their phones, I suggested that they look into this option. They were suspicious at first, but they are now rather captivated with the idea, after visiting a local AT&T storefront.
As I looked through the penny phones available, I was pleasantly surprised at the pretty large selection available.
However, I discovered that not all of the phones are $0.01 when you are choosing to extend a plan, especially if you are on a family plan.
So I looked through each phone to check, and compiled a list of all the phones that are only $0.01 when you are already part of a family plan with AT&T.
I didn’t know that AT&T made proprietary phones? Haha.
- F160 – a pretty standard phone; has 3.5 mm headphone jacks, so that you can use your normal earbuds/headsets/preferred listening devices
- GU295 – slider phone
- Neon II, Blue – slide out full QWERTY keyboard; small touchscreen
- Neon II, Orange – slide out full QWERTY keyboard; small touchscreen
- Neon II, Red – slide out full QWERTY keyboard; small touchscreen
- Quantum Windows Phone – slide out full QWERTY keyboard; Windows Phone 7 OS; touchscreen; 5 MP camera
- Breeze II – basic flip phone
- Impact P7000, Blue – sideways flip full QWERTY keypad
- Impact P7000, Pink – sideways flip full QWERTY keypad
- Link – looks similar to a Blackberry Bold; full compact QWERTY keyboard
- Pursuit, Blue – slide out full QWERTY keyboard; touchscreen
- Pursuit, Green – slide out full QWERTY keyboard; touchscreen
- a777, Red – slider phone
- Eternity II, Blue – solely touchscreen, other than call and end call buttons
- Flight a797, Red – touchscreen; slide out full compact QWERTY keyboard
- Solstice a887 – solely touchscreen, other than call and end call buttons
- Sunburst A697 – solely touchscreen, other than call and end call buttons
- W518a, Red – music flip phone