September 21, 2009 at 4:14 PM #174088
While I was in synagogue for the Jewish New Year AT&T decided to celebrate by launching their A-List free unlimited calling to 5 numbers feature we told you about. AT&T is calling it AT&T A-List with Rollover where you can call five “VIP” domestic numbers at no cost or 10 numbers on a family plan. The only catch is that you need to either be on an individual nation plan of $59.99+ or a FamilyTalk plan of $89.99+. You can read more about it at http://www.att.com/alist.
I went to AT&T’s website and logged into my account and got a little advertisement in the lower left corner for checking my A-List availability. Since I am on a 550 minute family plan I am not eligible but the program is now live.
Here are a few details:
September 21, 2009 at 4:14 PM #181355
- Individual nation plan of $59.99+ or a FamilyTalk plan of $89.99+
- Add any domestic number including landlines
- 5 numbers for individual plans and 10 for family plans
- Numbers added to your list will activate after about 24 hours from when you add them
Nikolaus WalchParticipantPosts: 74
Wow AT&T is sure trying hard to copy T-Mobile these days! Why are they being so obvious about it? First [email protected] and now My 5? heheheheSeptember 21, 2009 at 4:26 PM #181356
maybe its because tmo is superior to all.
well, they wish anyways.September 21, 2009 at 4:48 PM #181357
Luis MerlosModeratorPosts: 431
Everyone else sure did copy the myfavs y not attSeptember 24, 2009 at 11:26 PM #181358
ha! t-mobile? please!!!!
Yes we do have A-List now but does T-mobile offer Rollover minutes??? no they dont!! neither does verizon or sprint or any other phone company so AT&T has alot more to offer than any other company i have ever been withSeptember 26, 2009 at 3:56 PM #181359
I signed up for the A-list but do really think it’s kind of a joke that on my family plan with 3 people I only get 10 numbers to use between all 3 of us for the A-list. No real benefit for all 3 of us. But it is a free addition to my plan so it is worth doing even if I feel it should be more numbers in the family plans.
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