Almost two years after AT and T launched its A-List Rollover with plans to become more competitive against the likes of T-Mobile , Alltel and Verizon , the carrier decided to nix the public from today. After receiving the screenshots and a note detailing the leaks intentions Ma Bell, we have achieved to company representatives, who confirmed that these plans are actually going. While new customers will no longer be able to benefit from a pool of five or ten digits (depending on plan) to call all they want, anyone currently using the service will be purchased in. One more warning: plans switching frequency of the individual to the family (or vice versa) can wipe the function A-List off, so proceed with caution. Head here to read AT and T official statement on this issue, as well as some shots of the note of a leak.
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