It seems that GameStop plans on offering AT&T data plans for mobile devices under a service called GameStop Mobile, according to information posted on their website
. The information has since been pulled, but not before our friends at Engadget
reported on it.
So, as long as GameStop Mobile continues to not
be a reality, we will continue reporting the information we've yet to learn about the service. Hypothetically-speaking
, GameStop Mobile would require AT&T-compatible or unlocked devices. The service would probably include pay-as-you-go five dollar plans and $55 monthly plans, which would include unlimited voice and text and 500MB of data, or 1GB of data for data-only device users.
The someday-news of GameStop Mobile would make more sense out of the company's recent addition
of Android devices to their trade-in lists.