AT&T Announces Unlimited Calling to Any Mobile
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Feb 9, 2011, 10:59 AM by Eric M. Zeman
AT&T today announced a new calling program called Any Mobile Number. The new plan allows AT&T subscribers to make unlimited voice calls to any mobile number in the U.S., regardless of network operator. Any Mobile Number goes into effect this Thursday, and requires an existing voice plan and the $20/month unlimited messaging plan. Customers may sign up for the plan starting February 10.
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Verizon DOES have this already
That's an old article, but there was an ad in the paper Sunday marketing it to about 5 different states.
what's the difference....
isn't unlimited calling even better since I can call anyone even landline???
TO SETTLE WHO IS THE BEST CARRIER OF THE BIG 4 FOR 2011
Let's get the real benefit...
Who else thinks this is great ??
Goodbye Sprint for me..
Sprint HAS had this for a long time
Surprisingly, giving your service away doesn't seem to be a path to profitability.
Sprint will also cancel you when you use majority o...
Complainers... THIS IS GOOD!
what does this mean for rollover minutes
I'm sure VZW will follow soon since they both always copy/mirror each other.
Another Sprint first!
boo hoo so-and-so already has this