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.
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! ! !