AT&T Intros Its Own 'MyFaves' Plan, Dubbed 'A-List'
Today AT&T introduced a new wireless calling plan named A-List With Rollover, which is similar to T-Mobile's MyFaves and Alltel's MyCircle calling plans. AT&T customers can pick any five domestic numbers (10 for family plans), including wireline numbers and wireless numbers from other network providers, and receive free calling to/from those numbers without using their minutes. Single lines must have the $60 Nation monthly calling plan or higher, and families must have the $90 monthly FamilyTalk plan or higher. Customers manage A-List With Rollover via AT&T's online account tools. The plan will be available starting September 20.
Sprint Offers Cuba Calling Plan of Its Own
Sprint today announced the availability of Sprint Cuba 20 Plus, a calling plan add-on that provides access to friends and family in Cuba. The Sprint Cuba 20 plan costs $10 per month and includes 20 voice minutes to any line in Cuba.
Cricket Dials In Unlimited Calling to Canada
Cricket Wireless today upgraded its $50 and $60 monthly plans to include unlimited international calling and messaging to Canada. Customers won't have to take any steps to activate the feature, Cricket is doing so automatically for all new and existing subscribers.
MetroPCS Adds Cuba to World Calling Plan
MetroPCS today added Cuba to the list of countries included in the MetroPCs World Calling add-on plan. The add-on, which costs $10 per month, now offers 20 minutes of calling to landlines or mobile devices in Cuba and unlimited texting to Cuba at no extra charge.
AT&T Tweaks Mobile Share Value Data Buckets
AT&T today adjusted the monthly data allotments available in its Mobile Share Value plans. The least-expensive plan costs $20 per month and includes 300MB.
Cricket Expands Calling Plans to Central, South America
Cricket Wireless today made more calling and messaging add-on plans available to a greater number of countries throughout Central and South America. For $10 per month, Cricket customers can add Columbia, Costa Rica, and the Dominican Republic to their plan.
This does not work with AT&T
"Only standard domestic landline or wireless numbers are eligible. "
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This makes no sense!!!!
I dont want to leave ATT but they cant even tell me the date for TP2 and whether it will have the 3.5 headphone jack. I think Im venting
Can we just stop please?
With all of the minute crap? Are we not far enough along that we can just have a flat rate for voice? I know there are unlimited plans, but I am talking across the board everything has a flat rate. (data, voice
We all know the real motive behind this is
Congratulations AT&T, it's about damn time! ! !