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AT&T Combines Wireless, Wireline In-Network Calling

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oftech

Jan 19, 2007, 1:38 PM
I think it's a pretty good idea for someone like me, who has their entire family and friends using AT&T as a provider for both wireless and wireline service.

The only downside is in the fine print: "AT&T Unity wireless plans do not include Rollover minutes."

Until they do include Rollover, I'll just use the 1,517 Rollover minutes I have to call my house Razz
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crackberry

Jan 19, 2007, 4:26 PM
oftech said:
I think it's a pretty good idea for someone like me, who has their entire family and friends using AT&T as a provider for both wireless and wireline service.

The only downside is in the fine print: "AT&T Unity wireless plans do not include Rollover minutes."

Until they do include Rollover, I'll just use the 1,517 Rollover minutes I have to call my house Razz

well that's the thing, rollover or unlimited talking to 100+ million people.
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krum303

Jan 20, 2007, 4:49 PM
Make sure you watch those Rollover.... they expire after 12 months and my Mother In-Law also found out that they expire if you add someone to your plan.
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oftech

Jan 20, 2007, 6:48 PM
I know they expire. There's times where I purposely go over my minutes to use those rollover minutes that will expire Cool
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krum303

Jan 20, 2007, 8:12 PM
Cool, just checking. A suprise like that is never fun. Cool
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MacrossXP

Jan 21, 2007, 8:15 PM
Sorry but your a bit off about what your saying...

#1: if you add someone to your shared plan without making a plan change your rollover minutes DO NOT expire or start over again. Now if you change your rate plan from a single line national plan to a shared plan they will expire as well. If you currently have 4k rollover and you go down to a 1400min plan you only keep 1400 out of the 4k you already have..

Anyways I hope you get my point.

#2: Your rollover minutes technically do not completely expire in 12 months. After the 12th month and you did not go over your minutes then month 1s minutes that rolled over expire...14th month then month 2..so on so forth. You would not be adding any new rollover minutes at this time.

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