Alltel Announces Unlimited Calls To Ten Numbers
Apr 21, 2006, 11:53 AM by (staff)
Alltel today added a new feature to all calling plans of $59.95 or more. My Circle allows users to choose up to ten phone numbers for unlimited calling. Subscribers will not be charged minutes for calls to or from those numbers regardless of which carrier the My Circle numbers are on. Customers can update the numbers on their My Circle list at any time by logging in to Alltel's website. Alltel and other regional carriers, as well as national carriers, have previously offered unlimited calls to one or two landline numbers or to other subscribers on the same carrier.
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very nice alltel
but why 10?
Studies have also shown that the average user calls an average of 10 different numbers in a month. This allows Alltel customers the advantage of near unlimited calling, with nation-wide service and the v...