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AT&T Any Mobile Calling Now Available – See Which Plans Qualify


Yesterday AT&T announced their new Any Mobile feature that would allow anybody with a $20/month unlimited messaging plan ($30/month for FamilyTalk plans) to make unlimited calls to any mobile US number. When announced AT&T did not specify what “qualifying” plans would be able to use this feature and now that the feature is available they have clarified. Here are the details on the qualifying plans:

Plan Type Plan Name Monthly Cost Feature Name Feature Cost
Individual Nation $39.99+ AT&T Messaging Unlimited with Mobile to any Mobile Calling $20/month
Group FamilyTalk $69.99+ AT&T Family Messaging Unlimited with Mobile to any Mobile Calling $30/month

According to AT&T this new feature offers:

AT&T Messaging Unlimited with Mobile to any Mobile Calling lets you call, text, picture, video, or instant message anyone, on any mobile network in the U.S., Puerto Rico, or the U.S. Virgin Islands, anytime, from anywhere in the AT&T nationwide coverage area without using your Anytime package minutes.

Check out the full details on their help page or setup your account at

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  1. So this is an add on to an existing plan? It just suddenly lost a lot of appeal to me and a lot of ATT customers I know.

  2. Now if only Rogers could come out with something Like this but reasonably priced

  3. Looks like a complete ripoff. Carriers seem to be raising their pricing and restrictions on data and minutes. Shouldn’t it be going the other way?

  4. I have 1400 family plan with over 3000 rollover minutes, ‘A’ list and unlimited messaging. I don’t see how I need this. I’ll pass and stick with what I have. Don’t see the point in this for me.

  5. Seems like a pretty expensive add on feature to me. I guess this is relevant for business users. For a regular Joe like myself, i don’t see how this would be of benefit in anyway.

  6. Guys – it’s not an additional $20/month. I just added it to my account. The $20 (on an individual plan) that you paid for unlimited messaging will now INCLUDE unlimited mobile to any mobile calling.
    This is a great plan! Finally – AT&T looking out for its customers!

  7. Well, I’m surprised that I’m even eligible for this with my newly downgraded 700 family plan. What doesn’t surprise me at all, is that this new feature is totally worthless to most people. I’d rather go back to 1400 minutes for extra 20 bucks.
    AT&T need to understand that text messaging is not as popular as it used to be, slowly but surely being diminished by social networking apps like Facebook, Twitter and what not. Overpriced messaging packages like this one won’t help them keep their customers happy.

  8. good stuff…. fight back for the top ATT

  9. I hope canadian carriers see this and adjust.

  10. @Daniel – Its not an additonal fee? Really? I used to have this additional texting plan with ATT when I was a customer, so I assume this took that one’s place? Either way, its only messaging being included here and not minutes as well – ATT is pretty behind in that regard. As soon as I was done with my contract, I switched over to a totally unlimited plan with Straight Talk for $45 total where I used to pay $74 for 450 minutes and unlimited texting. I think, if the options are there, you shouldn’t have to be content with one.

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