AT&T Enables Collect Calls to Wireless Phones
Today AT&T announced that it will now permit collect calls to go through to wireless phones. Callers dial 1-800-CALL-ATT, enter the wireless number and will then be connected to the mobile line. AT&T will charge $10 for up to 20 minutes of conversation. Wireless customers can opt out of the program.
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Enabled for Other Carriers
Last year Sprint and Helio both enabled this over the summer, so seems AT&T is just about a year late. Although, the rate isnt directly from an affiliate collect calling service, its through any company the calling party uses. I used American Roaming Network, and was able to ring my phone, answer, and find the charge was $1.99 a minute with a call connection fee of $7.99 or something like that. So its quite a bit more to use ARN then AT&T Collect.
Personally, I dont mind collect calls to my mobile as long as they can not be manipulated by ...
$10 for 20min?
seems kinda pricey.