∞ AT&T offers unlimited calling to any mobile number

AT&T is serious about keeping its customers. The company on Wednesday introduced a new plan that will give customers unlimited calling to any mobile number.

[ad#Google Adsense 300×250 in story]According to AT&T, unlimited calling to any mobile number is available to customers with an unlimited messaging plan and a qualifying voice plan. You’ll have to check to see if your current voice plan is supported for the new feature.

The company said that existing customers with an unlimited messaging plan can activate Mobile to Any Mobile by visiting the AT&T Web site.

David Christopher, chief marketing officer, AT&T Mobility and Consumer Markets, called it “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.”

Of course, AT&T is getting set to battle Verizon for iPhone customers, so any incentive for customers may be enough to sway them in their decision.



  • Shalop88

    What’s the difference between this and the A-List?

    • Dyamond486

      Landline phone

  • Anonymous

    I just clicked your link to AT&T. The page says to come back tomorrow to sign up and/or for information which I will do.

  • If AT&T were REALLY “serious about keeping its customers,” they’d compete by lowering prices instead of looking like they were in collusion with Verizon to keep prices high.

  • @Donald Michael Kraig – I couldn’t agree with your comment more. In terms of add-ons and options like these, especially in light of the IPhone now being avaiable with Verizon, it just seems like a last ditch effort on the part of ATT to keep customers who seem to be on the fence with the service. I’m actually a part of the Verizon network by way of Straight Talk prepaid and I’m paying a price ATT couldn’t ever afford to give me and it be unlimited – instead of $90 I’m $45 with no worry that somehow I will have to take on an add-on to get better minutes or a better price. With options like Straight Talk that offer unlimited service and cost so much less, I’m surprised more people aren’t ditching companies like ATT.