Yes it has to do with the unlimited texting plan. It is now unlimited text and free M2M calls for the same price. But you have to switch to it from the old unlimited text add-on.That's only if you change plans right? Who ever uses up their rollover min anyhow?
I got the email this morning... I don't have texting or the plan that allows this.
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Oh I see what it is now. Thanks for clarifying. I skipped because I have 5000 rollover minutes and everyone text messages me on Textnow.I've had this since they first started offering it. I think it was at least six months ago.
I'm surprised you don't have this since you were considering switching to Sprint for their everything plan for $99.99. If you're grandfathered into to unlimited data, AT&T has unlimited mobile to ANY carrier mobile, unlimited texting, and unlimited data for $89.99. The full AT&T bill with taxes and fees is $106. Hopefully, someone with an EVO and and everything plan can verify this, but I'm thinking taxes and fees would bring their Sprint bill to about $116.
And even if fees are already added into that $99.99, so they are only paying taxes in addition to that amount for a total of $106 (the exact same price as AT&T unlimited everything except calls to landline phones), it's still wouldn't be worth it to switch, IMO. They don't have roll over minutes (I have more than 3,000 rollover minutes - I don't need unlimited mobile to landline), their 3G speeds aren't as good, they don't have simultaneous 3G and voice, and their phones won't work all over the world.
NP. I just wanted to point out that you just have to look closely to see that the grass over there really isn't any greener.Oh I see what it is now. Thanks for clarifying. I skipped because I have 5000 rollover minutes and everyone text messages me on Textnow.
I work 10 hours a day and I use my work phone to call anywhere including international.
I'm probably gonna stay with AT&T, I just go through fazes where I hate something or someone for no particular reason, this time it happen to be AT&T. but I'm telling you my 3G speed is no where near as fast as it was couple months ago, my sixth sense is very accurate