Metro is offering the $15 plan including tax/fees BUT only first 2 mo. then they migrate you to $30/mo.
This was according to Dennis B. at prepaidcompare. "Update Per T-Mobile PR:
Taxes and fees are NOT included in T-Mobile prepaid's but are in Metro's plan
Metro's plan is temporary. After two months from activation, customers on the $15 plan will be migrated to Metro's $30 plan.
Initially Metro's plan will only be available in stores, online availability "shortly"."
I happen to have switched my main line to Cricket for a month beginning 2 days ago, under their base $30 2gb plan. I was intending to switch my line again to the Sprint $300 GC deal in about a week. Today, however, Cricket gave me an extra 10gb to work with.
Best MVNO re att:
"Update: 3/27/2020 - AT&T Prepaid announced more details about the plan which you can purchase here. Additional details about the plan are that it includes Rollover data, unlimited texting to over 100 countries, ability to stream videos in 1080p and mobile hotspot."
So att doesn't offer the annual .5gb bump to your monthly data allotment that tmo does but in addition to being softcapped (vs. Tmo hardcap) att will rollover any leftover high speed data allotment.
Anyone know how long the rollover data is good for? Years ago on att postpaid it was 12 mo.
EDIT - 30 day rollover Rollover Data®: Unused high-speed data from your plan rounds up to the nearest megabyte (MB) and carries over for one 30-day renewal when your plan renews on time. Unused Rollover Data automatically expires after one renewal period, or with any plan change (such as changing data amounts, cancellation, or balance expiration). Rollover Data is used after your monthly high-speed plan allowance or any Data Add-On."