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AT&T's A-List lets you call favorites for free

AT&T came out with a ton of news today -- sorry I forgot to include this tidbit in the last post. But now AT&T Wireless is offering a similar service to T-Mobile's "Fave 5" and Verizon's Friends & Family, where you can have unlimited calling for 5 or 10 numbers on any network.

AT&T calls it the A-List. If you're an individual with a calling plan of $59.99 or more (900+ minutes), you can select five domestic phone numbers to call anytime for free. If you're on a family plan that costs at least $89.99 (1,400+ minutes), you can pick ten numbers.

The service begins Sept. 20, and customers can manage the numbers online at att.com/alist.


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