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Top message:  Any truth to this? by epik   Nov 14, 2010, 12:57 PM

Replying to:  Re: Any truth to this? by gospace   Dec 28, 2010, 10:15 PM

Re: Any truth to this?

by epik    Dec 28, 2010, 11:42 PM

Fancy having you on here.

When I posted this in the AT&T forum, I was very curious to see if this was standard operating practice for AT&T. For my employer (their competitor), there are purists within the company that are trained/paid to try to convert people off old unlimited plans, but they have to do it with consent. Those of us on the front line really don't care about changing to newer plans, because it does nothing for us either way. I've even run into people paying an old $80/mo for unlimited (before things went to $60), and I've given them the run-down on what they have versus what they might hear. If I had access to the old unlimited plans, I would probably stay on it too, even if I used nothing each month.

Well, keep up the fight and good luck to you.

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