AT&T announces all-you-can-eat wireless plan
AT&T will begin offering a flat-fee voice plan for its wireless customers on February. According to the company, the new plan will provide unlimited U.S. calling “with no roaming or long distance charges.” Existing customers can opt for the plan without having to extend their contract, the carrier said.
So, what does this new plan cost? $100 per month. No exactly what you would call cheap, but this really depends on your view. AT&T so far charged $200 per month for a 6000 minute plan, excluding messaging and Internet access. Separate data plans are available from $5 - $60 per month.