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AT&T launches A-List free calling feature

AT&T has launched a new feature called A-List with Rollover, which will give certain customers unlimited mobile calling to and from five “VIP” domestic numbers of their choice at no additional cost. Similar to T-Mobile’s MyFaves and Verizon’s Friends and Family, AT&T customers with individual Nation plans of $59.99 or higher can use A-List to call up to five domestic phone numbers—including landlines and mobile numbers on competing carriers—without using any minutes in their plan, while families with FamilyTalk plans of $89.99 or more can select up to ten numbers to call without using minutes. The feature is scheduled to launch on September 20, and eligible customers will be able to manage their A-List online at att.com/alist.

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In the meantime Sprint has unveiled a $70 monthly plan with unlimited everything.

Posted by Galley in Greenville, SC on September 10, 2009 at 12:36 PM (CDT)

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Galley in Greenville, that’s great if you include the caveats that Sprint only works when you’re within 5 miles of an interstate and that it’s actually $99.99, not $70… :-)

Posted by Carl on September 10, 2009 at 3:30 PM (CDT)

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Note that AT&T points out in their “A-List Highlights” you are eligible only if your individual plan is 900+ minutes ($59.99), or your FamilyTalk plan is 1400+ minutes ($89.99). Our monthly BILL is way over $90, but we don’t qualify because our FamilyTalk plan is only 700 minutes ($69.99).

Posted by Greg on September 16, 2009 at 4:02 AM (CDT)

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