Well I believe there are prepaid plans out there that are $5, but they don't give more than 50 minutes, no text, no data etc.
So, more info is needed. What does your $66 give you??
What do these prepaid for "less" give??
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Why am I paying $66 a month when I see prepaid plans for less?
Because different plans have different prices and benefits???
It is your responsibility to choose the plan which is best for your needs.
If you want a less expensive plan, go with a less expensive plan. It is likely there are also postpaid plans which are less than $66/month. My postpaid plan with 4 smartphone lines and 1 smartwatch, for example, cost me $167/month which comes out to $41.75/month if you only count the smartphones. Less if you also count the smartwatch, but with only a $5/month line access fee I chose not to count that in this calculation.