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AT&T starts unlimited-calling A-List plan

updated 06:20 pm EDT, Wed September 9, 2009

AT&T A-List offers unlimited calling, rollovers

Wireless provider AT&T on Wednesday announced the upcoming launch of its A-List with Rollover plan for qualifying plans. Like similar plans from competitors, including T-Mobile's MyFaves and Rogers' Top 5, A-List will let subscribers pick the five domestic numbers they call most often, with those minutes not counting towards their monthly totals. Unlike those plans, though, the minutes subscribers save can be rolled over to the next month.

AT&T subscribers on individual Nation plans that have at least a $60 monthly subscription fee can add their five most-often called numbers, including landlines and wireless numbers from any network. At the same time, FamilyTalk customers with $90 plans can add up to 10 unlimited numbers.

Users can change their A-List numbers any time via AT&T's self-serve website, though at least 24 hours needs to pass by before the changes take effect. The A-List service with Rollover is due to launch on September 20th and will not cost eligible subscribers any more fees.

by MacNN Staff



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