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LinuxNinja

join:2001-04-19
Kennesaw, GA
reply to ToxicDrew

Re: It's not so bad

said by ToxicDrew:

The $20 unlimited text plan is not that bad. Anyone who subscribes also gets unlimited mobile to ANY mobile essentially getting unlimited calling.

It's not automatic. You are referring to two different plans that happen to be the same price.

My wife services a LOT of calls switching customers to this plan as an AT&T Wireless CSR. You're lucky you already have this plan.

thedragonmas

join:2007-12-28
Albany, GA
kudos:1

said by LinuxNinja:

said by ToxicDrew:

The $20 unlimited text plan is not that bad. Anyone who subscribes also gets unlimited mobile to ANY mobile essentially getting unlimited calling.

It's not automatic. You are referring to two different plans that happen to be the same price.

My wife services a LOT of calls switching customers to this plan as an AT&T Wireless CSR. You're lucky you already have this plan.

i have to respectuflly disagree, as you can clearly see by the most recent "at&t mobility newsletter" unlimited texting now entitles you to unlimited mobile to any mobile.


unlimited mobile to any mobile included with unlimited text plan


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LinuxNinja

join:2001-04-19
Kennesaw, GA

said by thedragonmas:

said by LinuxNinja:

said by ToxicDrew:

The $20 unlimited text plan is not that bad. Anyone who subscribes also gets unlimited mobile to ANY mobile essentially getting unlimited calling.

It's not automatic. You are referring to two different plans that happen to be the same price.

My wife services a LOT of calls switching customers to this plan as an AT&T Wireless CSR. You're lucky you already have this plan.

i have to respectuflly disagree, as you can clearly see by the most recent "at&t mobility newsletter" unlimited texting now entitles you to unlimited mobile to any mobile.

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edit: cropped image for better fit

Guess AT&T finally got the hint... so much time was spent changing plans by their CSRs that they must have decided to just change them all en-mass...
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