Replying to: ATT is breaking my contract and there's nothing I can do about it? Is this fair ? by Bubey
Finally, after 5 years, the new AT&T (formerly Cingular) is no longer going to support the old AT&T network, phones and rate plans. You are no longer under any kind of commitment to AT&T, so if you wish to leave them, you are more than welcome to. With the exception of some of the prepaid services, you will not find a rate plan similar to what you had because the carriers know that they cannot stay in business losing money on a rate plan like you had. Being mad at AT&T for cancelling this plan 5 years after the merger and the cancellation of the plan is a litte like being mad at GM because they no longer make parts for your 20-year old Oldsmobile.