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AT&T Intros Its Own 'MyFaves' Plan, Dubbed 'A-List'

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Sep 9, 2009, 8:22 AM   by Eric M. Zeman

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.

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Sep 9, 2009, 9:20 AM

This does not work with AT&T

Just to make this clear. Google Voice does not apply to this. This is only for standard landlines & mobile numbers. Check out the link below:

"Only standard domestic landline or wireless numbers are eligible. "

http://www.att.com/gen/press-room?pid=4800&cdvn=news ... »
sorry i met with Google Voice
It also doesnt work with Skype. I wonder if Verizon's works with Skype and Google Voice? Who really cares anyway I think the 5-fave feature is just an epic fail anyway.
Have you actually attempted to add a Google Voice number or are you an employee attempting to warn consumers against adding a Google Voice number and receiving Unlimited Voice for $59.99?

Sep 9, 2009, 9:15 AM

This makes no sense!!!!

I have ATT and I have the 59.00 900 minute plan. My rollover is like over 3000 minutes. All my minutes goes to non ATT customers. Shouldnt I be able to drop my plan down and be able to have this? Im paying them over 100 dollars a month because of smartphone data and texting isnt bundled together. Cant they give us a break somewhere?

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
If you're clearly not using all the minutes on our given plan, maybe you should just look at dropping it if the $20 extra dollars a month is that big of a deal.

What's TP2?

Sep 9, 2009, 10:07 AM

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, messaging) It would make life so much simpler for everyone involved. Billing issues should go to nearly zero, calls to call centers would drop. Just my two cents.
Well, if your willing to take the risk of your customer satisfaction, and go to Sprint, they have the "Simply Everything" plan.
reminds me of the dialup days
PowerUpBeeatch said:
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
I know people think that unlimited voice plans for $40 or $50 should be available now, and that it's simply greed that prevents this from happening. From a structural standpoint though, if you open the floodgates for voice at such a low priced unlimit...
Hey, Sprint already did that the simply everything plan unlimited everything or, you can use a everything data plan with 450 or 700 min or a family everything data 1500 0r 3000 min and get the new addon sprint has to counter this fav 5 nonsence with ...

Sep 9, 2009, 10:51 AM

We all know the real motive behind this is

To give peeps another reason to sign up for at least a 59.99+ plan. Thats what they rate most of the salesman off of on how many of those and higher plans they sale. 😉
Been working for att for over a year and I still cannot calculate how they determine our feature number or our 59.99 attach rate %. :\

Sep 9, 2009, 8:41 AM

Congratulations AT&T, it's about damn time! ! !

September 20 is like 11 thousand days from today though! But the 20th is also only 2 days after my next billing cycle starts. It sure is about time! ! !
I'll be glad when Sprint jumps on the wagon and makes this publicly available.
Your going to say a lot of haters (Im naturally a hater for the sake of debating) comparing this to Verizon and T-Mobiles MyFaves. What they will say (and have already said on this very thread) is that MyFaves from T-Mobile is better, which, it honest...
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