Unlimited Mobile to any mobile coming tomorrow from AT&T

| February 9, 2011 | Reply

AT&T is looking to steal some of that iPhone spotlight from Verizon tomorrow with plans to announce something Sprint customers have enjoyed for the last couple of years, Unlimited mobile to ANY mobile calling which gives you the ability to talk to any mobile phone number regardless of carrier without using your main bucket of minutes! Yes you read that right, starting tomorrow AT&T is planning to entice customers to stay with them and not leave for the Big Red by changing up their calling plans. Of course there are a few qualifying things to be able to get that unlimited mobile calling like; you must have the option placed on your account, be on the unlimited messaging plan and be on a “qualifying” Nation or Family Talk plan. On top of your base plan the unlimited messaging plan will run $20 for single line plans and $30 for the family plans!

Anyone thinking twice now about getting that new Verizon iPhone tomorrow and sticking it out with AT&T for the free Mobile to any mobile calling? Still going to be up early tomorrow to get the Verizon iPhone? Drop us a comment below and let us know!

Following a trend started by Sprint back in 2009, AT&T has just announced that it’ll start offering its customers unlimited calling to any mobile number in the US, regardless of carrier, starting tomorrow (currently, only AT&T numbers qualify). There are a few catches, of course: you’ve got to sign up, you need to be on the company’s unlimited messaging plan, and you need to on a “qualifying” Nation or FamilyTalk plan. Unlimited messaging runs $20 for individuals and $30 on family plans, so the perk isn’t exactly free — but for many, it should take a big load off the minute bucket. Follow the break for the full press release.

Full press release below:

AT&T Introduces Unlimited Calling to Any Mobile Number

New Feature Offers AT&T Wireless Customers Unlimited Calling to Any Mobile Number

Dallas, Texas, February 09, 2011

Go ahead and dial up those digits–no matter which wireless network you’re calling. AT&T* today announced customers can enjoy unlimited mobile calling to any mobile number in America. Unlimited Mobile to Any Mobile is available to AT&T customers with an unlimited messaging plan and a qualifying voice plan**.

Beginning Thursday, Mobile to Any Mobile will be available to new and existing AT&T customers with a qualifying voice plan who subscribe to unlimited messaging plans. Existing customers with an unlimited messaging plan can activate Mobile to Any Mobile by visiting www.att.com/anymobile. The URL will be available beginning Thursday.

“Mobile to Any Mobile is an exciting offer that will keep our customers connected to the people they want to talk to, when they want to talk to them, without the hassle of watching minutes,” said David Christopher, chief marketing officer, AT&T Mobility and Consumer Markets. “We’re giving customers more options and even better value. And when you include Rollover Minutes, a benefit available exclusively from AT&T that lets customers keep their unused minutes for all domestic calls, including to landline numbers, it’s clear that AT&T offers the most flexibility in the industry.”

Unlimited messaging is available for $20 per month on an individual plan and $30 per month for a FamilyTalk Plan, which allows for up to five lines.

For the complete array of AT&T offerings, visit http://www.att.com/.

*AT&T products and services are provided or offered by subsidiaries and affiliates of AT&T Inc. under the AT&T brand and not by AT&T Inc.

**Mobile to Any Mobile Calling – Available only with select Nation and FamilyTalk plans. Direct calls to & direct calls received from US mobile numbers only. Rollover Minutes: Unused Anytime Mins expire after the 12th billing period. Night & Weekend & Mobile to Mobile mins do not roll over.

Source: Engadget

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