AT&T Wireless Unifies Rate Plans, Reduces Minutes
Feb 7, 2003, 9:50 PM by (staff)
AT&T today said it will introduce new mLife rate plans on Monday. Unlike previous choices, the new plans are the same for both the company's TDMA and GSM networks. Aiming to further simplify its offerings, the company will also eliminate its regional plans, leaving only local and national plans. Following the lead of other carriers, the company will also reduce the number of minutes included in most plans.
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