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AT&T Discounts A-List Effective Immediately

Engadget has received a memo stating that AT&T has discontinued their A-List features for new customers effective immediately.   AT&T originally launched these features 2 years ago to compete with the other big carriers int the USA such as Verizon and T-Mobile.

All of the details can be viewed in the images below, but it seems that AT&T has used the leverage of nationwide minutes are better than having a top 5 or 10 calling list like T-Mobiles myFave.


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  1. I’m with AT&T and already have the A-List. It looks like I can keep it. I noticed in the source that they have a Mobile to Any Mobile option available. Does anyone know if you can get both together?

  2. Less and less choices for one to stay with a decent smartphone and good coverage at a cheap price

  3. I wonder why AT&T hasn’t been touting their rollover minutes lately?

    My friends has like 4,000 of them…

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